Chicago Women in Business
Chicago Women in Business (CWiB) is a Chicago Booth student organization working to advance professional opportunities and cultivate a supportive community for women. CWiB also actively promotes an attitude of inclusivity and seeks to inspire future business leaders.
CWiB is one of the largest and most active full-time student groups at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Our mission is to connect and provide support to the women in the full-time program at Chicago Booth, through networking events, lunch speaker series, partnerships with other organizations, mentoring programs, and social events. CWiB creates a powerful forum at Chicago Booth where future female business leaders can learn from, share with, and inspire one another. CWiB is pleased to speak with prospective and newly admitted students and always welcomes new members.
Below are a few of the activities you can participate in as a member:
- Exclusive events with top recruiters – Our sponsors seek to network with and meet our members early and often, helping you build valuable relationships throughout the recruiting process.
- CWiB Conference - Organized to help you kick-start your career search with early access to companies and recruiters and breakout sessions on career and leadership topics.
- CWiB Circles - Small, informal, member-only groups that help connect you more deeply with first year and second year women through regular activities and meetings.
- Skill-building workshops – These industry-agnostic events will help you fill your business toolkit and hone skills that range from personal branding to salary negotiation.
- Inspirational Speaker Series – We plan to have well-known female leaders speak each quarter in order to showcase female talent at the highest levels and inspire our members to dream big.
- CWiB Open House - A week of discourse dedicated to expanding awareness about gender equality.
- Regular social events - Relax, have fun, and connect with your classmates through quarterly socials, monthly "Drinks and Discourse", and the annual Spring Dinner (a member favorite for many years).