Read the short version of the Report on the Status of Women and Girls in California found in your event bag or download the Report at statusofwomen.msmc.la.edu.
Share the Report on the Status of Women and Girls with your friends and family by sending the link to the report: statusofwomen.msmc.la.edu. Tweet about the event and the Report using the hashtag #msmcwomen. Post on your Facebook wall.
Become the leader you were meant to be: Register for the MSMC Women's Leadership Conference on Sept. 8, 2012, Chalon Campus. For more information, please call 213.477.2761.
To learn how to run for elected office, register for The Ready to Run Program at Mount St. Mary's College on Feb. 8-9, 2013. For more information, please call 213.477.2761. MSMC is the exclusive California partner for the Center for American Women in Politics, Rutgers University.
Find an organization that supports women. To find an organization near you, go to www.volunteermatch.org.
Call or write your representative about issues affecting women. To locate your state representatives go to www.sos.ca.gov/elections/elections_r.htm.
A supporter of future research or events on the status of women and girls. Contact: Stephanie Cubba, vice president of institutional advancement, 213.477.2766.
A supporter of scholarships for the next generation of women filmmakers, scientists, doctors, lawyers, educators, nurses, social workers, and more. Contact: Sherry Wickware, director of individual giving, 213.477.2537.
An internship site and/or employer for MSMC students/alums. Contact: Marlene Simon, director of career planning. 310.954.4135.
A community partner. Contact Kim Terrill, assistant director of community engagement, 213.477.2662.
A prospective student. Contact: Renee Rouzon-Kay, Interim Director of Admission, 800.999.9893.