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Frequently Asked Questions
Who is EWAAB?
EWAAB is a non-profit dedicated to building a world where young women and non-binary individuals can enter and rise in any field they choose. They are best known for their year-long mentorship program Bridge geared toward developing first and second year undergraduate students. Learn more here.
What is Build and who should attend?
Build is a hybrid conference where students can learn from and connect with professionals and organizations of interest. Taking the values and vision of EWAAB's Bridge program and concentrating it into a 2-day event focused specifically on introducing students to the wealth of opportunities professions have to offer and developing their fundamental professional skills.
Undergraduate and graduate women and non-binary students of all levels and fields of study are welcome and can benefit from this event. We highly encourage those who are exploring the depth of opportunities their fields of interest to attend.
What is a hybrid conference?
To accommodate students and organizations unable to travel to the conference location we will be allowing virtual participation. Virtual participants will be connected with volunteers participating in the same mode; panels and workshops/sessions will be streamed and organizations participating in the expo can choose their preferred mode of participation, in-person only, hybrid or virtual only.
When and where will this conference be held?
Build will be held in August 2023 in the NYC metro area (and virtually). EWAAB will announce exact dates and locations in May 2023.
How can I stay informed about the Build conference?
If you are interested in attending the conference you can fill out this brief form to express your interest and ensure you are the first to hear new information.
EWAAB believes that diversity and inclusiveness are the cornerstones of the organization's success. We are dedicated to supporting and connecting with women, nonbinary and gender non-conforming people of all races, ethnicities, religions, sexual orientations, disabilities, socioeconomic backgrounds, and nationalities.
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