Membership

Join NeW to be part of a network that will foster your professional development!  Yearly memberships are $5 for students, $25 for young professionals (under 30), and $100 for general members.  Become a NeW member today. NeW is the nation’s premier organization for conservative women. NeW educates young women on conservative principles, cultivates a community in which to discuss and strengthen these principles, and emboldens young women to speak out on campus and in their communities.

By joining NeW, you will become part of a nationwide network of conservative women.

Join NeW and be part of a network that will foster your professional development! Memberships will auto-renew after one year. Upon graduation, your student membership will be transferred to a Young Professional membership at a discounted rate of $25.

Benefits of Membership

– Join the nation’s top organization for conservative women and connect with influential women leaders and peers across the country
– Receive invitations to exclusive member-only events
– Be the first to hear about NeW announcements
– Receive a copy of NeW’s Enlightened Ink magazine

In addition to general membership benefits, Young Professional Members receive:
– Priority registration for Professional Network events
– Nationwide Book Clubs with Author Appearances
– The opportunity to be mentored by individuals at the top of their fields
– First access to new swag from NeW

In addition to general membership benefits, Student Members receive:
– Access to travel scholarships to attend the National Conference, Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC), Leadership Retreat, and more
– Invitations to attend special student trainings
– The opportunity to be mentored by individuals at the top of their fields
– First access to new swag from NeW

Become a member today!

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