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The application for the 2019 Women in Business Case Competition will open January 2019!


Are you up for a challenge?

We invite talented high school women to compete in a case competition at the Leeds School of Business this summer. Participating students will gain real world experience while competing in a case challenge set in the business field that focuses on issues impacting women. It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity to learn the values of business leadership and teamwork, while strengthening critical thinking and analytical skills.

  • Compete to win a $1000 scholarship to the University of Colorado Boulder Leeds School of Business 
  • Experience the Boulder campus
  • Use creativity and critical thinking skills to address a real-world problem impacting women
  • Meet Leeds School of Business faculty and administrators, corporate partners, and current Leeds students
  • Meet other talented women interested in pursuing a career in business

Who can apply? 

Women high school students that are juniors in the 2018-2019 school year or current seniors planning to attend the University of Colorado Boulder Leeds School of Business in Fall of 2019.

How much does it cost? 

It's free! The cost of tuition, room, board and various activities are generously supported by the Leeds School of Business and corporate partners. 


How to Apply


Submit a completed Application Packet

Please be sure to include all materials listed below in your application packet:

  • Completed Participant Application Form - applicants may upload application materials into the online application form.
    • Personal Essay
    • Resume
    • Recommendation from a high school official (Form or Letter):
      • Fillable Online Form (Available January 2019)
      • Download Microsoft Word Form (Available January 2019)
    • Un-official Transcript

If you have any questions, please contact Janelle Posey at

Janelle.Posey@colorado.edu or 303-735-0588.