Who Can Join
Anyone who supports our objectives.
BPW programs and projects enable women to acquire skills and knowledge beneficial to their careers and personal lives.
Monthly Meetings – We meet every 4th Monday of the Month (September through June) at various local restaurants.
Peer Support – We take you seriously and your needs are our #1 concern.
Networking – You have the opportunity to build invaluable contacts with other working women.
Education – Various programs provide a wealth of knowledge in all matters pertaining to women.
Political Awareness* – BPW keeps you abreast of legislative issues critical to women. The Political Actional Committee (PAC) supports women/pro-women candidates locally.
Individual Development Course – A course designed to develop leadership and interviewing skills, public speaking and networking tools.
Young Careerist – A program designed to recognize the achievements of young working women.
Scholarship – BPW Foundation and BPW/PA provide scholarships to both undergraduate and graduate students.
Community Involvement – Area services including local women’s shelters, the Montgomery County Community College scholarship and the Plymouth Whitemarsh High School Award.
* BPW is a nonpartisan organization; our policy decisions are based on how the issues impact women, not what party or which candidate supports the issue.