Via Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program
Today, at the first-ever United State of Women Summit, the Obama administration, private-sector companies, foundations and organizations announced $50 million in commitments, along with new policies, tools and partnerships that will continue to expand opportunity for women and girls. These announcements include a pledge by more than two dozen leading companies to take actions to continue to close the gender pay gap, new resources to empower community college students to negotiate their first salaries, new campaigns to change how our country values caregiving and improve portrayals of women in media, and enhanced global efforts to promote gender quality worldwide.
The Harvard Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program (HNMCP) is very proud to be part of this massive and important initiative. HNMCP will be conducting a clinic project with the Departments of Education and Labor to bring negotiation skills training to women in community colleges who are preparing for their first jobs, and their first salary negotiations.
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