Sponsor: This category is available to all members who would like to give a little bit more to help sponsor the organization and its efforts. The dues collected will include a donation to CWEF and the Young BPW program, registration to the midyear board meeting and the annual convention, an administrative support fee, and member’s recognition on the website and in both meeting programs and a booth at both events. Dues collected shall be deposited to the state and credited to the chapter per transmittal. Price: $525/year
Legacy: This category is available to all members who would like to give a little bit more to help sustain the organization. Dues collected will include a donation to the Colorado Women’s Education Foundation (CWEF) and the Young BPW program, and an administrative support fee. Dues collected shall be deposited to the state and credited to the chapter per transmittal. Price: $250/year
Trailblazer: This category is open to all members. Price: $135/year
Pioneer: This category is open to members 65 and over, at their option. Price: $100/year
Apprentice: Category available to attending a post-high school program on a regular basis to achieve an advanced degree or certificate. Price: $95/year
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The Business and Professional Women of Aurora serves working women in the SE Denver and Aurora area. Our members live in Aurora, Greenwood Village, Littleton, Centennial, and DTC areas. We normally meet on the first Thursday of the month. There is no cost to attend the meeting, as each member pays for their own meal. A speaker is present to highlight and answer questions regarding current topics at most of our meetings.
Thursday, May 3, 2018
Join us at Mimi's Cafe in Aurora. 5:30 pm Networking; 6:00 Dinner. Next meeting Installation of officers for 2018-19 and speaker Aliyah Cook, Student at Grandview High School, discussing how she made a difference at a very young age.