PCCW creates learning and leadership opportunities for women students at Cornell through mentor programs, scholarships, and microgrants.
Since 1990, PCCW members have mentored thousands of Cornell women students during its annual Symposium and through university-sponsored mentoring programs. In their regional locations, PCCW members sponsor students as externs, hire summer interns, and mentor students through Cornell programs and one-on-one.
Connect with CUeLINKS
PCCW members can connect with students through Cornell’s knowledge-sharing platform, CUeLINKS. Be sure to include these keywords in your profile so students can find you when they search for a PCCW mentor: President’s Council of Cornell Women, PCCW, and mentoring.
Get more tips on creating your CUeLINKS profile by downloading our How-to Guide for PCCW members. Download
For more information about PCCW mentoring initiatives, contact PCCW@cornell.edu.
Advancing faculty research and careers
PCCW facilitates knowledge across academic disciplines through its research grants for women faculty and other faculty-related initiatives. These efforts are led by the following committees.
- Mentoring committee
- Development committee
- Grants committee
Learn more about PCCW grant programs.
PCCW has been instrumental in bringing high-profile alumni who support women’s issues and gender equality to campus. Many PCCW members engage broadly with Cornell by continuing their Cornell leadership in other volunteer roles.
PCCW partners with Cornell’s Graduate & Professional Women’s Network (GPWomeN) on a speaker series. GPWomeN provides a unified voice for Cornell’s graduate and professional student women. The organization serves as an umbrella organization to connect, coordinate, and promote efforts across campus that promote gender equality and support graduate and professional student women at Cornell University and beyond.