The Women's International Network of Utility Professionals has numerous fellowships available annually to females pursuing advanced degrees (beyond a bachelor’s degree), which will lead to careers in the utility industry or allied fields. Relevant fields must relate to a career in a utility related profession such as engineering, business administration, accounting, environmental sciences, communication, information technologies, etc. The applicant must be accepted to a regionally or nationally accredited university. Both WiNUP Members and non-members are eligible to apply for the fellowships.
The Women's International Network of Utility Professionals is an organization providing a link for developing and recognizing professionals involved with utility business trends, issues, products, and services. Their mission consists of: opportunities for professional development of members; networking and mentoring among members; and recognition and visibility for members and business. Their values include: networking; philanthropy; uplifting their members; forging connections between members; and inclusion, equity and diversity.