Women Can Do It, too
Women's colleges in the United States uniquely prepare women for success by offering a strong academic curriculum, professors who challenge them to excel and a network of graduates who assist them upon graduation and throughout their professional lives. Women's college graduates are well-prepared to attain top positions in their career fields, and higher salaries than women graduates of co-educational institutions.
Notable women's college graduates include Jeane Kirkpatrick, first female US ambassador to the United Nations (Stephens College); Madeleine Albright, the first female sectary of state in the United States (Wellesley College) and Geraldine Ferraro, first female US vice-presidential candidate (Marymount Manhattan College).
These women are among the fewer than 4% of college-educated women who graduated from a women's college. …
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