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  • Celebrating National Women’s History Month

    Under the Obama administration, the SBA has taken a number of steps to fully utilize the federal government’s resources in providing better access and opportunity to startup and growth funding for women.


  • Office of Personnel Management and Women’s History Month

    Each year, the President designates March as National Women’s History Month as one way that Americans in schools, workplaces and local communities can take the time to reflect on the accomplishments and legacies of women who have shaped our great country’s history.


  • Protecting Public Health and the Environment

    The Environmental Protection Agency is working hard to advance the public health of women both in the United States and around the globe.


  • Hook ‘Em Early: The Importance of STEM Education For Girls

    As a department that develops and relies on the best scientific knowledge available, Interior is uniquely devoted to supporting women and girls interested in STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math).


  • Department of State and Women’s History Month

    Placing women at the center of our foreign policy isn’t just the right thing to do. It’s also a strategic necessity: societies where women are safe and empowered to realize their full potential are more stable, prosperous and secure. The State Department is doing its part. Just look at the progress we’ve made this past year.


  • Empowering Women Across Our Economy

    As we celebrate Women’s History Month, we have an opportunity to reflect on the progress that’s been made both inside and outside the walls of Treasury, and look for ways we can do more to promote gender equality, expand opportunity and empower women across the economy.


  • Making Progress for our Nation’s Families

    As a partner of the interagency council, HUD serves as a safety net for vulnerable women and girls, whether they are living with HIV/AIDS or living in shelters for victims of abuse.


  • Weekly Address: Rewarding Women's Hard Work and Increasing the Minimum Wage

    In this week’s address, President Obama highlights the importance of making sure our economy rewards the hard work of every American – including America’s women.


  • The Power of Women in Agriculture

    Agriculture touches our lives each and every day—whether actively farming and ranching, conducting research, or shopping at the grocery store—and women leaders play an increasingly pivotal role across the board.


  • Corporation for National and Community Service and Women’s History Month

    Through our programs at the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), we are helping young women recognize and reach their full potential.


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