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Education Committee

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Eligibility Criteria to Apply:

  1. Female students must graduate from Aldine, Conroe, Fort Bend, Goose Creek, Houston, Klein, Spring, or Spring Branch School District in Spring 2023. Two (2) $800 scholarships will be awarded to qualified 2023 graduating seniors in each school district. Students awarded must attend the Conference for Women on Friday, May 19, 2023 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the conference to be recognized and receive the scholarship.
  2. Provide an official transcript. Provide a copy of your SAT and/or ACT scores if available. Request that your school send the transcript and scores electronically to or request for them to be mailed.
  3. Students must attend a Texas College of their choice.
  4. Application and transcript must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, April 14, 2023. No late applications will be accepted.
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Love What You Do

A GHWCC Job Shadowing / Mentor Program for Female High School / College Students

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The Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce is passionate about educating young women and exposing them to professional growth opportunities. As such, the Chamber’s Education Committee offers college junior & senior girls an opportunity to shadow professionals in their chosen field in a program called “Love What You Do.”


Student Shadowing

During this exciting day female students shadow a professional in a career related to their field of study and network with women who have expertise, advice and unique insights to share. This is an opportunity for students to learn from leaders in business and experience a day in the real life of a working woman.


Professionals: Contact us to serve as a host for Love What You Do College Job Shadowing


We are currently seeking organizations and businesses to partner with us by becoming a host site for students to learn more about their desired fields. This is a half day commitment to host up to 30 female students. Students arrive in the morning and are picked up before lunch unless the host site is able to sponsor lunch. This program gives students an opportunity to learn more about the industry and hear first hand from experts about what they can expect from the field.

The lunch portion of the program gives students an opportunity to practice their public speaking skills by sharing with the group about their experience. This is also an opportunity to teach dining etiquette and networking skills. We end the day by presenting participants with certificates.

Join us for a day-long event designed to empower young women in identifying fulfilling careers by opening doors to discover exciting career options, build lasting relationships and explore new opportunities.

During this exciting day, students shadow a professional in a career related to her field of study and network with women who have expertise, advice and unique insights to share. This is an opportunity for students to learn from leaders in business and experience a day in the real life of a working woman. We couldn’t do the work we do and impact the lives of youth without the support of organizations and businesses like yours. We hope you will consider participating in this very informative program.

Chamber Office
3201 Kirby Dr., Suite #400
Houston, TX 77098

Phone: 713-782-3777

Love What You Do STUDENT Application

The GHWCC Mentorship program aims to benefit all participants, whether they are mentors or mentees. The mentorship program will promote personal and professional growth and development. The Chamber will work diligently to match applicants with Mentors that are closely aligned with the Mentee’s chosen field.

For mentors, the benefits include enhancing leadership and management skills, contributing to the community, learning the viewpoints of other generations, and becoming a role model for the next generation of successful Houston businesswomen.

For mentees, the benefits include gaining access to corporate and community leaders, obtaining advice, and participating in professional development opportunities through mentor relationships and programming.

The program will begin in February 2023, with an in-person kickoff event, and will run through May 2023. The initial event is mandatory for all student participants! This will be the first opportunity for program participants and their corporate match to formally meet.

Student applications are due October 31, 2022.

Program Qualifications

For College Participants:

  • Junior or Senior women currently enrolled in a Houston area University
  • Ideal candidates are open to feedback from their Mentor and willing to participate in a variety of career and professional building events including job shadowing, if available
  • Mentees are committed to meeting with their Mentor in person or by phone throughout the program at mutually beneficial times.

For Host Company Matches:

  • Professional women with relevant experience that complements Mentees’ career path
  • Ideal Mentors have a strong interest in guiding others, enthusiasm for sharing their expertise, and willingness to be an advocate for your Mentee
  • Able to commit to meeting with your Mentee six to eight hours between February and May.

Important Dates

October 31, 2022 Participant Application Deadline
February 2022 Kick-off Meeting

Application Process

Program Participants will be notified of their acceptance into the program by December 31.

We look forward to your participation in the program!

For further questions, please contact Brandee Rogers at 713.237.5709.

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*Applications due by midnight on October 31, 2022; only 40 female students will be selected to participate in this event. Please submit your resume with your application.


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