FEW’s organization is three-tiered and consists of National, Regional, and Chapter levels. All three tiers work together to fulfill the goals of FEW’s four major program areas:
- Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)
- EEO Laws
- Civil Rights
- Working relationships with federal departments and agencies
- Research and development of appropriate programs and materials
- Promotion of the effective use of such programs and materials.
Improve Professional and Leadership Skills While Advancing Workplace Marketability
The FEW Foundation for Education & Training
The FEW Foundation helps women enhance their career opportunities through education and training.
2021 National Training Program
Federally Employed Women invites you to the 52nd Annual National Training Program (NTP) in Houston, Texas, July 26 – 31, 2021.
Regional Training Program
FEW offers stellar training opportunities right in your neighborhood. Be sure to keep checking for additional information!
FEW offers online training and presentations of interest for the federal government community.
The FEW Scholarship Programs provide an opportunity for deserving individuals to participate in the National Training Program.
Message from the FEW PRESIDENT
The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity
As I reflect on the meaning behind the 2021 Black History Month theme "The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity," I graciously think about the importance of knowing who you are and how you identify yourself to fit into this world. It is a fact that there is importance in how we define ourselves and what we represent for the greater good of humanity. Studies have shown that there is absolute strength in diversity. FEW is an organization that explores all aspects of diversity and this month we highlight and celebrate the contribution of the Black family; those who advance our cause and join us in working for the advancement of women the government. There is no doubt that Black people have contributed in numerous advancements in our society and made several cracks in the glass ceiling. Our nation is better because of their inclusion, representation and contributions.