Business and Professional Women of Saskatoon

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“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”

– Nelson Mandela

For more than 60 years, Business and Professional Women of Saskatoon has been providing financial support to the women in our community in order to help them achieve their personal and professional goals. In order to extend our impact and support even more women, BPW Saskatoon hosted Accessory to a Change on 5 April 2016. Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, ticket-buyers, and donors, this exciting event raised $11,250 for BPW Saskatoon bursaries! Read more about this exciting event.

 

2016 Bursary Update

Thank you to all who applied for our 2016 bursary program. We are very excited announce the following bursary recipients:

Mature Female Bursaries

Cheryl Prosper

Kristina Hughes

Tamara Pearl

Aboriginal Female Bursaries

Karmen Naytow-Bird

Tracy Constant


 

BPW is a non-partisan and non-sectarian network of business and professional women.

We are a member of BPW International, one of the world’s most influential organizations with 100 plus groups on 5 continents and a permanent seat at the United Nations!

BPW’s national vision is to improve the social and economic status of working women, encourage women to pursue political office and lobby all levels of government to effect positive change!

Members are women who are employed or in transition, retirees, young career women, and students who share common objectives for all working women. Our groups includes a variety of age groups and interests. New members are always welcome. FAQ page may answer some of your questions. Come to a meeting and meet our friendly and enthusiastic membership, we are committed to the advocacy or our sisters… women in transition and in all their goals in life and work.

Links to more information about our parent organizations:

BPW Canada

BPW International

 

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