Federally Employed Women
What FEW Is
Federally Employed Women (FEW) is a private membership organization working as an advocacy group to improve the status of women employed by the Federal Government and by the District of Columbia government.
FEW empowers our members to fulfill the goals of four core competencies:
FEW is committed to offering valuable career development and leadership training programs— through national, regional, and local FEW meetings, seminars, and conferences—to each member and prospective member.
FEW’s corporate partners receive national recognition and marketing opportunities including: Exposure to our membership and audiences; Branding for products and services and Recognition for supporting innovative programs that improve the outcomes for the advancement of women.
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.
National Training Program
FEW’s Training Program refers to the teaching and learning activities carried on for the primary purpose of acquiring the knowledge, skills, abilities, and attitudes needed for advancement of career goals.
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.
Our Partners Make a Difference
Message from the FEW PRESIDENT
Happy New Year From FEW
Happy New Year, Federally Employed Women and associates! Get ready to Level Up For Success, as we plan our 54th National Training Program (NTP). All roads lead to Ohio: we will see you at the Hilton Downtown Columbus Hotel from July 10-14, 2023. Early bird registration for members begins in February and runs through March 14. Registration opens to the general public in April. We plan to shower the Great Lakes Region with our presence in NTP colors of black, white, and accents of fuchsia or hot pink. Our theme for NTP is, “Leveling Up for Success: Ready, Set, Grow!”