Krannert’s Brock-Wilson Center for Women in Management, in partnership with the Purdue University Summer College for High School Students, offers an annual exciting summer program for college credit. This year, the Empowering Women in Business Fun Sized Course will include a choice of July 17-22 or July 24-29, 2023.
Designed for young women who are rising juniors or seniors in high school, the five-day residential* course/experience on Purdue’s West Lafayette campus includes hands-on activities to promote team building and skills in leadership, confidence and negotiation. The program will introduce students to the business principles of economics, strategy, marketing, supply chain and finance, while other fun and engaging activities provide a glimpse of life as a Purdue Boilermaker.
“It opened my eyes to how many ways you can put your passion into business.”
”It was a neat opportunity to learn more about business with women’s empowerment mixed in.”
“I had a fun experience at this retreat, both with campers, counselors and activities. I also learned a lot about business and business careers."
Due to the generosity of Krannert School of Management donors, students receive a scholarship for all but $100 of the course, the cost of tuition and fees and room and board will be waived for students participating in the summer 2023 Empowering Women in Business Course.
Students will be responsible for the application fee of $60, final payment of $100, and travel to and from Purdue University's West Lafayette campus.
For more information about Empowering Women in Business please visit:
Purdue For-Credit Fun-Sized Courses
The application for Summer 2023 will open on December 1, 2022. Find application details and the Summer College for High School Students application link here:
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Thank you to all of our sponsors and volunteers who help us make this incredible experience possible.