Here are some of the benefits:
ABWA offers learning opportunities through:
Regional and National Conferences
- Online Educational Tools
- ABWA – KU MBA Essentials
- ABWA – KU Management Certification Series
- Leadership Development Programs
- In-Depth Business Skills Training
- Tuition Re-Imbursement for Approved Accredited Classes
Stephen Bufton Memorial Educational Fund contributed over $14 million to women’s professional success thru education.
National Recognition: Top Ten Business Woman, ABWA Business Woman, Continuing Education, MBA Essential Graduation
Chapter Recognition: Top Ten Nominee, Woman of the Year, Business Associate, Protege Award
Making contact with business-sawy professionals also puts women ahead. But networking is an art that many people have not perfected. That is why ABWA has made teaching its members this career skill part of its mission.
Plus when you join an ABWA chapter or network, you automatically become a member of a ready-made professional network with unlimited potential for expanding your own network of contacts.
Women in Business, the Association’s award-winning bimonthly national magazine, features informative articles covering a range of topics that are of interest to businesswomen and entrepreneurs. Women in Business is a primary source of ABWA member information, providing updates on Association events and members’ activities and accomplishments. The magazine also includes excerpts from today’s powerful business books, which can be used to earn contact hours in the ABWA professional development program.