Each year, the Harvard-Radcliffe Women’s Leadership Project organizes a six-day conference aimed at inspiring and helping undergraduate women to develop their skills and strengths as leaders. For 25 years, the Conference has brought female Harvard-Radcliffe students together with successful women In academics, business, media, government, public service, health, science, and the arts. These Interactive forums facilitate a dialogue that spans generations and serves to Inform young women of the joys and challenges that may lie ahead. The Project also Intends to provide conference participants with the opportunity to create networks and relationships to support their ambitions for the future.

The conference will take place in late August at Harvard University. Housing and food accommodations are provided. Each year, 35-40 women participate in the week-long event. Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors who have varying ranges of leadership experience are encouraged to apply. All genders are welcome! You can find out more about the Conference and the Project by continuing to browse this site.