Are you woman? Do you want to be an Advocate for change? This is the conference for you!

2014 NEW LeadershipTM New York summer institute  

A Unique Opportunity at the

 Center for Women in Government & Civil Society,

Rockefeller College,

University at Albany


This program, NEW LeadershipTM New York (NLNY), is the first and only program of its kind in New York State, and is part of the National Education for Women’s (NEW) Leadership Network. NLNY is held on the University at Albany campus.

The goals of NLNY are to strengthen policy knowledge and skills of undergraduate women, and invite them to become advocates for change. This intensive week-long summer program encourages leadership through action, and offers competitive mini grant awards for participants to create a campus and/or community engagement project.  

NLNY is open to undergraduate women enrolled at New York State colleges and universities, and to New York State residents enrolled in colleges and universities outside of New York.


Applications are available online at All applications must be received by March 25, 2014.   

Please pass this information along to an aspiring leader, academic deans and department chairs, student groups, career services offices and other members of the campus community whom you feel would benefit from this information.

We thank you for your assistance with this matter. Your help is deeply appreciated. We hope to see some of your students during our 2014 program year! Should you have any questions, please contact Dina Refki, Director, Center for Women in Government & Civil Society at 518.442.5127 and at

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