Membership

     On behalf of Virginia Dare BPW Outer Banks,  you are invited to become a member of our organization.  

       Dues are $40 per year ($30 for students) and include membership in both BPW North Carolina and our local club.  Meetings are  typically held the second Tuesday of each month at various locations in the community.  

        

     If you have questions, contact Vice President - Membership Mary Jernigan at maryrita@aol.com.
       
     Membership form is attached below.  You may print out the form and mail in with your check or

 Join Now on-line by selecting the type of card you would like to use($1.50 PayPal convenience fee will be added).





Great reasons to be a BPW member:

Impact: 
As a member, you become a part of a National movement to make a difference in the lives of working women as we work together to create the changes needed for equitable work environments and supportive communities.

Networking:
Exchange ideas, explore business opportunities, and share common goals with professional women at the community, region and state level, as well as through online social networks with other BPW members and through the BPW Foundations.

Advocacy:
Our National Foundation is headquartered in Washington, DC for a reason- to provide members effective national representation on issues critical to working women. BPW Foundation has always been instrumental in impacting public policy. Stay informed and participate in the process though the use of out online advocacy center. Learn how to be a successful advocate and lobby your representatives at the Annual Policy & Action Conference.

Career Advancement:
Participate in BPW programs that are specifically designed to provide personal and professional development, growth, and opportunities. Through webinars, seminars, workshops at the local, regional, and state levels and the BPW Foundation online career center, BPW members are given a cast array of opportunity to gain the skills they need to succeed and be successful. The BPW individual Development Program and the Young Careerist programs have opened doors for thousands of women to reach their full potential.

Resources:
Have quick access to relevant and up to date information that will be of value to you through the BPW Foundation and State Website, as well as information from your state leaders. 

Leadership:
Increase your marketability by developing and honing your leadership skills at the local and state levels with mentors to help you along the way. Identify volunteer opportunity that match your professional goals and use those transferable skills. Become a recognized leader by getting involved in programs that benefit your community.
 
Visibility:
Gain visibility and prominence in your community through involvement in BPW events. Meeting, newsletters, and websites provide opportunities to showcase and promote you and your business. 

Helping others:
BPW has a proud tradition of "women helping women". In 1919, BPW was the first organization built upon this premise. Through local projects, and supporting the BPW NC Foundation and the National Foundation out history of helping women continues.

Personal Connections:
Membership in BPW brings many rewards but the most lasting and meaningful are the lifelong connections. Through participation in activities and programs, you will form supportive friendships as well important business relationships. There is nothing quire like the feeling you get in a room full of focused, powerful women, energized by current issues and a common cause. Whether it is laughing together, working together or lobbying together, BPW members know how to have fun and to get the job done. 
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BPW Outer Banks,
Jul 4, 2017, 8:16 PM