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» Women's policy organizations


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Biological Sciences

Earth Sciences

Engineering

International

Mathematics

Medicine and Public Health

Physical Sciences

Social Sciences

Technology and Computer Science

Women's Policy Organizations

Resources for Working Mothers

  • The Back-to-Work Toolkit: A Guide for Comeback Moms
    Everything You Need to Know to Get Motivated, Marketable and Land the Job You Really Want!
  • Blue Suit Moms
    Advice on parenting, career advancement, the balancing act, meal planning and family health and fitness, delivered in a format that nurtures respect for professional mothers.
  • Club Mom
    Inspiration and advice for working mothers on topics such as flexible work arrangements, childcare solutions and more.
  • Flexibility Alliance
    Organization whose mission is to encourage the full participation of highly skilled mothers in the workforce, and increase social and economic prosperity through programs that increase the number of flexible work situations for mothers and connect highly skilled mothers with flexible work.
  • Jobs and Moms
    Resource for working mothers that gives advice on work/life balance.
  • Mom Corps
    Website that links together companies looking to recruit top talent with experienced professionals looking for flexibility.
  • Mom’s Refuge
    Online community of moms focusing on family, career, and health issues as they relate to working mothers.
  • The Women at Work Network, LLC
  • A Postdoc's Guide to Pregnancy and Maternity Leave Guide provides general information on pregnancy and maternity leave for postdocs, including tips for keeping your research going and talking to your supervisor. 

 

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