Join Business Women of Central MN Today! Business Women of Central Minnesota (BWCM) fosters the success of workingwomen by providing career advancement
resources, worklife strategies, and personal and professional networking connections. Most of our current members are working in business, and include fields of legal, marketing, finance,
social services, education, real estate, and entrepreneurship.
We create social opportunities that help develop friendships and networks, which are created at our monthly meetings, Coffee Club gatherings, and other events that take place throughout the year.
Are you looking for a way to enhance your leadership skills? Opportunities in leadership positions help our members increase their professional skills. Monthly speakers focus on personal, professional development, and educational topics.
If you would like to learn more about our organization, feel free to join us at our next meeting!
Want to Become a Member or Learn More about BWCM?
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FEBRUARY MONTHLY MEETING
JOIN US ON
TUESDAY, February 9
1130 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Tour and Presentation
ST CLOUD CHILDREN'S HOME
LUNCH: Please make arrangements to eat before or after this meeting.
RSVP your attendance to Betsey Lund at Betsy@lundsauter.com by noon on Monday, February 8.
Guests: If you are interested in learning more about our organization, you are invited to attend one of our monthly meetings. Guests can attend any Meeting or Coffee Club for $5 or join BWCM for the whole year for only $90.
BWCM Coffee Club
Mark Your Calendars and Join Us as We Explore A New Topic Each Month
4th Tuesday of the Month
7:30 - 8:30 a.m.
View the List of Topics for our upcoming Get Togethers.
BWCM Scholarship Helps Big Lake Mom Achieve Her Goal
Tiffany Krebs, a mother of six in Big Lake, is accomplishing her goal of attaining an RN degree through Rasmussen College School of Nursing in St. Cloud. The $500 scholarship she received from Business Women of Central Minnesota (BWCM) will help her complete her final quarter of the RN program.
BWCM Scholarships are awarded to non-traditional female students who are at least 25 years of age, live in the local area, and are pursuing a career in a business or professional field.
BWCM President is Recipient of St. Cloud Times
'5 Under 40' Award
Lund Identifies with Women in Business. She isn't afraid to be the Woman Who Breaks Barriers
Betsey's Interview: Audio
Business Women of Central Minnesota: A Professional Sisterhood
Style Magazine, July/August 2012