This section of our site attempts to provide information and employment resources of interest to women.
February 2012 Black History Month - this year's theme "Black Women in American Culture and History" honors African American women and the myriad of roles they played in the shaping of our nation. The theme urges all Americans to study and reflect on the value of their contribution to the nation. View the slideshow and web site
Alumni - mentoring program - now taking applications for 2011-12
Pathways is a mentoring program, hosted by the University Advising and Career Center in coordination with the Alumni Association. UNH Pathways brings alumni professionals and undergraduate student together for professional growth. Alumni provide valuable insight on navigating through the post –college world. Pathways provides students the opportunity to build career networks and develop skills to become better professionals and leaders. For more information
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Women In International Security (WIIS)
- WIIS publication JOBS HOTLINE available in our office.
If you would like to look at this publication, which lists current employment opportunities directed at women (although they are also open to men) working in foreign and domestic defense policy, feel free to stop by Batcheller House. For more information about WIIS visit their website.
Women in Goverment
Association for Women in Science (AWIS)
Employment opportunities, funding announcements, blogs, advice on career developement
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