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Center for Women in Entrepreneurship and Business

The Center for Women in Entrepreneurship & Business (CWEB) is dedicated to promoting Salem College as the intellectual and physical center for the region’s professional women and serving as a vital hub linking our students with professionals in the outlying business, government, and academic fields. The CWEB was established in 2002 through the generosity of the Kimbrough family.  

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Jobs and Outcomes

Being part of the Center for Women in Entrepreneurship & Business helps Salem graduates:

  • Work for a corporation, the government, or a nonprofit institution
  • Start their own business
  • Enter one of the many management training programs and graduate schools across the country that regularly accept Salem graduates
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Student Experience

Students who take part in the Center for Women in Entrepreneurship are afforded the opportunity to:

  • Expand their collaboration with the local and regional business community
  • Foster opportunities in the global business environment
  • Participate in mentoring experiences and internships 
  • Hear from distinguished speakers on current topics in business and economics
  • Have their accomplishments highlighted in the professional women in business communities​
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Health Leadership Highlights

  • Opportunity to participate in the Center for Women in Entrepreneurship & Business speaker series, which includes sessions led by local business leaders 
  • Attend seminars related to financial health topics including but not limited to budgeting, credit, taxes, and wealth building

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