WD Briefs – August 12, 2005

U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce launches online education

The U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce last month launched an online education resource for professionals, business owners and students – the USWCC University of Learning – designed to help women grow their business acumen, leadership opportunities and economic rewards. The USWCC University of Learning offers no- or low-cost virtual classroom learning; an easy-to-use registration process for classes and meetings; and access to archive articles, white papers, message boards, meetings and discussions.

The USWCC University of Learning is organized into five schools of emphasis. Registered learners may focus on classes, meetings and resources within one or more than one school. The five schools are Business Growth; Government Contracting; Politics and Policy; Career & Leadership; and Financial Leadership. Since its inception in 2001, the USWCC has organized member programs, summits, initiatives and advocacy matched to these five broad categories of member interest.

For more information, visit www.uswomenschamber.com or www.uswccuniversity.org.

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