Application deadline is March 24, 2023
**NEW** EntrepreneurSHE circle for entrepreneurs looking for mentors to help guide their new ventures
**NEW** Scholarship Opportunities
Application is closed for 2023
WSTEM TO is proud to present MentorSHE, a 9-month program in partnership with Flow Coaching Institute, combining professional career coaching and mentoring for STEM women committed to developing their career path.
MentorSHE is a 2-phase program:
Phase I is a career coaching program delivered by Flow professional coaches in a 1:1 format. This phase is 3 months long and includes biweekly meetings with your personal coach.
Phase II is a group mentoring program with two optional tracks: Academia and Industry. The circle meets once a month for a 6-month period, providing you a supportive environment for establishing meaningful relationships with your peers and mentors.
The Coffee With... program is a supporting program offered to MentorSHE participants, offering networking opportunities with STEM leaders in an intimate virtual format.
With 3 cohorts of MentorSHE graduates , we look forward to seeing the participants as they lead their STEM careers and use their newly-developed skills to break down barriers and create opportunities for themselves and for other STEM women, in various STEM fields. WSTEM TO's commitment to creating a change is reflected in this program's impact on individuals and on the STEM community.
Application Deadline: March 24, 2023
Mentoring: July - December
Graduation: December 2023
Program fee: $95, paid with registration after acceptance to the program, plus program deposit
Naushaba Khan testimonial MentorSHE 2020-21:
"The transition period between graduating school and getting your first job is filled with uncertainties and doubts. It is especially hard when you are an international student and there is a time limit set on you, add a pandemic to the mix and you start believing that you will fail. That is when I came across MentorSHE - a time when I truly was at my lowest. However, participating in MentorSHE as a mentee changed all that for me. Phase 1, which included career coaching sessions, helped me stay focused on my goals and see things with a fresh perspective. More importantly, my coach provided me with resources that only professionals have access to and helped me build good habits to gradually overcome my barriers. During Phase 2 of MentorSHE, I was mentored by industry experts who had extensive knowledge and experience in the field of science. My mentors opened my eyes to STEM career opportunities that I had not previously considered or even known about at the time. I was able to pick their brains and learn from their personal journeys, but most importantly I was able to grow my network with a group of brilliant women who have achieved great heights in the field of STEM. Looking back participating in MentorSHE was the smartest decision that I had made for myself in 2020 and the best part about it was that I did end up landing my first job! I would recommend it to all women pursuing a career in STEM regardless of what stage in their career they are at." - Naushaba Khan