Who We Are

You’re smart. You’re savvy. You’re skilled. But can we let you in on a secret? Your classmates and colleagues are too.  Amidst an ever-evolving job market, an uber-competitive applicant pool for internships, and grad school on the horizon, the question every woman should be asking herself is this:

‘How do I differentiate myself?’

Lauren Pimpare, Tomorrow’s Women TODAY Founder/President, and Katie Chiffer, TWT Student Board Representative, launched Tomorrow’s Women TODAY’s premiere Student Membership program in January 2017 to empower female undergraduates to answer this question for themselves.

The Tomorrow’s Women TODAY Student Membership program values:

Kindness. Service. Sustaining relationships, rather than acquiring contacts. Drive. Collaboration. Finding joy, rather than jealousy, in others’ successes. Kindness. Believing in ourselves and one another. Togetherness. Ambition. Meaningful conversation. Meaningful action. Meaningful change. Sisterhood. Authenticity.

What We Do

This vibrant offshoot of TWToday provides Student Members with the opportunity to actively engage in:

Dynamic Programming

Student Membership programming teaches undergraduate women to differentiate themselves as aspiring professionals.

Service Endeavors

During the spring 2017 semester, TWT Student Members participated in a warehouse sort at the Greater Boston Food Bank. They engaged in a group service shift at Community Servings during the fall 2017 semester.

Student Members ‘n Scones

These monthly meetups at a local Boston coffee shop foster community and connection among Student Members in a more relaxed setting.

Book Club

This book club creates a forum for meaningful discussion about womanhood and what feminism means to millennials. The inaugural book club selection was entitled Dear Ijeawele, or a Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions, by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.

Annual Spring Summit for Undergraduates

This annual Summit provides undergraduate women with unparalleled access to senior executives in Boston’s nonprofit, private, and public sectors during a day of interactive panel discussions, presentations, and workshops. This annual event is open to all undergraduate women in the greater Boston area, regardless of whether they are TWT Student Members.

M3 at TWT

Mutual Mentoring Matter at Tomorrow’s Women TODAY
Our intention in creating this initiative is to empower TWT Student Members with the mindset of lifting other women up as they rise personally and professionally. So often, our culture portrays relationships between working women as competitive, immature, and superficial.
By pairing each undergraduate woman with a TWT Member at this stage in her professional development, we hope she will fully appreciate the value of female collaboration and mentorship firsthand, and as such, pay it forward when she launches a career of her own.

How To Join Us

Undergraduate women from Boston area colleges and universities are selected for the program on the basis of: academic achievement, character and integrity, commitment to service, and leadership potential. Female undergraduates of all class years and all majors are encouraged to apply for this prestigious professional development opportunity.

If you’re interested in applying to the TWT Student Membership program, please contact Katie Chiffer, TWT Student Board Representative, by filling out the form to the right. She looks forward to hearing from you!

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“Being a Student Member of Tomorrow’s Women TODAY has connected me with a group of dedicated, passionate, and hardworking women that I aspire to be like. It’s a privilege to be in a group like this at such an early stage in my career. I’ve had a wonderful time attending events and getting to know everyone involved in this organization.”

Lauren DiSalvoUndergraduate at Boston University studying Computer Science

“Being a Student Member of TWToday has been an excellent experience for me as a young professional. I have had the opportunity to hear from women from a variety of backgrounds who are navigating the professional world and now are sharing their wisdom with the next generation. Further, I have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know the other Student Members; having a network of women at a similar stage of life to me, but with a wide diversity of experiences, has been invaluable.”

Margaret DownsUndergraduate at Northeastern University studying Biochemistry and Spanish

“It has been one of the most inspiring and successful years of my life. I have learned so much and feel like this group has truly impacted not only my college experience, but the rest of my life. ”

Hannah PetosaUndergraduate at Boston University studying Film and Television