Programs

The National Council of Women's Organizations conducts two major programs each year. The Women's Equality Summit and the New faces, More Voices Leadership Institute.

The Women's Equality Summit and Congressional Action Day bring together hundreds of women leaders and their allies in the nation's capital for a day of training sessions and face-to-face meetings with Members of Congress.

New Faces, More Voices is a summer leadership training institute offered to interns from our member organizations. The leadership training program covers a variety of topics including advocacy and coalition building, networking, and lobbying skills. Participants are also given background on the women's movement from the leaders who've paved the way.To learn ore about New Faces, More Voices and how to apply to next years program click here.

New Project: The Church Ladies Project

NCWO and the National Congress of Black Women (NCBW) established the Church Ladies Project as a strategic program of African American women in religious auxiliaries and professional organizations to conduct electoral engagement including voter registration, turnout, and education linking issues to the vote. NCWO, NCBW and affiliate organizations will bring together Black women from all sectors, regions, and demographic backgrounds to provide information and resource tools to take electoral action. The Church Ladies project works with partner organizations having a membership pool of approximately 2.4 million Black women. The National Council of Women's Organizations conducts two major programs each year. The Women's Equality Summit and the New faces, More Voices Leadership Institute.