Our award winning live 5 month "Leadership Mentorship Program" matches rising star young women with mentors from diverse backgrounds.
LEADERSHIP MENTORSHIP PROGRAM 1,800+ Graduates
Our award winning, five month Women in Leadership Mentorship Program matches rising star young women with women mentors from diverse industries from the business community to develop leadership skills, build confidence, and propel career advancement.
With each cohort, we are building a supportive community of professional women from diverse industries and backgrounds who want to support each other in their leadership journey. Be part of an amazing program creating positive change in the leadership and career development of women!
All applicants are matched 1-1 based on field of interest and experience. Mentees and Mentors commit to meeting together monthly for the scheduled group learning sessions as well as meeting with Mentor. You should also be available to meet on your own each month in person or via call.
Application Deadline: January 31, 2020
Program Start Date: February 19, 2020
Evening sessions held in downtown venues. Example Schedule (each city will have its own schedule according to holidays & school breaks):
February 19 Launch Party - Workshop
April 16 Workshop
May 21 Leaders Roundtable
June 11 Leadership Panel & Grad Reception
Mentors are typically 35+, have reached certain echelons of success, and want to give back and support a young leader with her leadership journey. All mentors are interviewed.
Apply using this form:
MENTEES - Fees are $300
1) Register and pay the $300 fee HERE
2) Fill out the registration form https://form.jotform.com/62866116733258
Send questions to : firstname.lastname@example.org
“Being a mentor has been a very meaningful experience for me. It has made me realize how important it is for young women to have a female role model in their life. It has especially made me appreciate the mentoring I myself have received over the years.”
“Being a part of the Women in Leadership mentorship program has helped me to develop and hone leadership and life skills that I can now use in the workplace as well as in my community.”
"Things have been great ever since (I participated in WIL's Mentorship Program) and my career only keeps moving forward. The inspiration provided by WIL's mentoring program keeps me moving and, looking back, applying for the program was the best decision I've made while settling in Canada.”
“I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to the WIL Program for the amazing opportunity to grow, and to my Mentor, who has opened my eyes to a new way of being on this transformational journey.”
“It has meant having a “big sister” in the professional world to call when we’re confused! It’s been great to have a mentor who provides guidance, laughter and support.”
“It’s a very good match. I’ve left the initiating to her. She is vision packed. We’re now working on her confidence and I’m sure she’ll accomplish that. I think it’s important to have a mentor who is there to help you with your confidence.”
“It’s hard to find someone who wants to see you succeed, and my mentor helps me find the answers I seek.”
ONLINE MENTORSHIP PROGRAM
Details coming soon.
If your interested in being a mentor or mentee email us and we will send you a invite when details are confirmed. Details will also be announced in our newsletter.
EMPLOYER INTERNAL MENTORSHIP PROGRAM - CONSULTATION
WIL has helped several organization evaluate, enhance or establish internal mentorship programs. Having 1,500+ graduates from our own Award winning program, we have a wealth of knowledge on mentorship to share with employers.
WIL has also lead 10+ national and regional Labor Market Partnerships for government specifically for women in targeted sectors, which has provided us with a unique perspective on development & retention of women.
If your considering mentorship for your women we can help you with:
Internal mentorship program vs external (pros & cons)
Accessibility (how to make it inclusive and affordable for the employer)
Matching (secret ingredients )
Mentorship gone wrong (know the warning signs and managing the wrong match)
Any questions just email us: