CWA’s Women’s Entrepreneur Project to launch its third cohort this February


To help women entrepreneurs in the CNMI reach their business goals, the CNMI Women’s Association will be launching the third cohort of their Women’s Entrepreneur Project this February at their office on Capital Hill.

Called Entrepreneurial Sprint, the project’s third cohort will last three weeks, beginning on Feb. 11-15, resuming on Feb. 18-22, and completing the third week, from Feb. 25 through to March 1, 2023. Each session will bea an estimated three hours for each of the five days of the week, with weekend sessions from 2pm until 6pm, and Monday to Wednesday the sessions will be held from 5:30pm to 8:30pm. The cohort will focus on central business needs and will help interested participants in addressing that need.

Although the sessions will be held face to face at the CWA’s headquarters on Capital Hill, participants who are unable to physically attend may join the session via Zoom. Registration is open now and CWA wants to encourage all women in the CNMI to participate in this service, and register today at their events webpage at If you have questions or concerns, visit their office on Capital Hill, contact CWA through their number (670) 233-8978 or 670-233-9411, or email them at You may also find CWA on their social media platforms, just search @cnmiwomen on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.

CWA membership signups are also available on their website, and those individuals interested in becoming a member are encouraged to do so. The Guinaha or the “assets” membership is as low as $10 monthly, or $110 annually, but the Konfiansia membership is completely free.

Through the WEP, the CWA wants to empower and further help aspiring women entrepreneurs in the CNMI to generate their own locally-owned establishments and businesses.

The CWA was incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth on April 13, 2011 and is a non-profit, 501©3 organization.

Chrystal Marino | Correspondents | Correspondents
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