The WILL Program strives to foster a deeper understanding of gender and its intersections with race, culture, class, sexuality and other aspects of social identity. By connecting students with each other, and to a strong supportive network of faculty, staff, alumnae and community mentors, WILL students develop critical thinking, intellectual curiosity, problem-solving and leadership skills. In addition, WILL students participate in a variety of community engaged learning projects designed to promote positive participation in the local and global community. This program provides opportunities for women to explore career and life choices in multiple disciplines that enable them to excel and realize their full potential.
Our very own WILL Lady, Carolina Chica, has been awarded a Fulbright as an Engligh Teaching Assistant in India! Congratulations Carolina! We are all very proud of you!!!Read more
Congratulations to WILL for being awarded the Program Award for “Women’s Empowerment Day” for excellence in service to Trenton at the Student Leaderships Awards on April 18th 2012. Congratulations as well to our other WILL ladies, Margaret Fuller who won a Leadership Award for Emerging Leader of the Year, Jamie Primeau for being a finalist […]Read more
WILL provides many opportunities for active WILL members to attend Leadership conferences and programs at various locations around the United States. This past summer, 3 WILL students attended the Boston Leadershape Institute funded by a Will Advisory Council Member. The Leadershape Institute is a week long program of dialogue and […]Read more
Revulvalution Student and Faculty Art Show and Sale The silent auction will be held Wednesday, February 16, 5:30pm – 7:30pm. The gallery is also open for viewing hours until February 26th Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays: 8:30am – 4:30pm Wednesdays: 8:30am – 8:30 pm Interactive Multimedia Building, The College of New Jersey Highlights: Any artwork […]Read more
WILL’s first annual Women’s Empowerment Day on November 13 was covered by the Trenton Times.Read more