Summits, Seminars, and Webinars

Summits and Seminars

Regional Women’s Summits

The Center for Conservative Women’s unique Regional Women’s Summits bring conservative women together for a weekend of networking with peers, learning about critical policy issues, and hearing from top conservative women leaders in the nation.

The success of these Summits over the years has shown us that young women are excited for opportunities to learn how to be stronger activists and expand their knowledge on important policy issues.

The Center’s Summits have been held in California, Texas, Minnesota, North Carolina, Florida, Arizona, and Washington, D.C. Sign up for our email alerts to be the first to hear about our future Summits!



Leadership Training Seminars

Peggy Grande, former Executive Assistant to President Ronald Reagan, speaks to capacity crowd at June’s Capitol Hill Summit for women interns.

Leadership training seminars are one of the best ways to prepare for leadership. Some seminars are in small, intimate settings where you can spend one-on-one time with the speakers, while others are larger group settings in which a variety of topics are covered.

One of our most popular seminars takes place each summer on Capitol Hill. It is primarily for interning women who are in Washington D.C. working for members of Congress, news organizations, and think tanks. 

During the course of the day-long seminar, participants have the opportunity to hear career and networking insights from successful women to make the most of their internship experience.



In an era of health concerns, we offer live Webinars to conservative women on our email list.

Topics range from current issues such as Wokeness, Gender Identity, and the Southern Border Crisis, to basic issues such as Second Amendment Rights to Conservation.

Recent speakers include Sara Carter, Senator Joni Ernst, Diana West, Joy Pullman, and many other outstanding conservative women leaders.

Past webinars can be viewed on our YouTube Channel.