Young Women Leaders Mentor Program
If you're a woman, you're a leader. If you believe in developing future leaders, you're a mentor!!
Women Leaders Forum is proud to continue the One-to-One Career Mentoring Program. YWL's who choose to participate in the Mentoring Program will be matched with a professional WLF mentor in their career field of interest.
Last year we paired close to 50 professional women with mentees, and this year we are on track for even more.
- Each mentee/mentor will spend a minimum of 16 hours together.
- This opportunity will be available as a priority to high school seniors.
- All participants in the mentor program are responsible for their own transportation to and from the work site.
Young Women Leaders are required to sign a contract committing to 100% attendance of all three mandatory educational seminars along with the 16-hour commitment with their mentor, signed parental consent and waiver forms.
All consent forms and mentoring information will be provided at our orientation held during our first educational session on October 7, 2012, at the U.C. Riverside Palm Desert Graduate Center from 12 pm to 4 pm. Please sign-up on line before the first session under YWL tab of the website.
We ask that all Mentors be active WLF members. If you would like to become a member, click here.
If you are a WLF member interested in mentoring a YWL, following are the forms and information you need.
2012-13 Mentor Application form - Please fill out the requested information and email back to email@example.com.
Please complete and return your application as soon as possible to ensure appropriate matching and notification of mentees. There will be a YWL Mentor Orientation on Tuesday, November 1 at 6 p.m. (location to be announced).
If you are a YWL interested in being mentored, following are the forms and information you need. All three forms need to be completed and returned by October 19, 2011.
2012-13 YWL Mentee Application and Contract
Mentor and Mentee Evaluations are due April 15 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mentors click here for evaluation form.
Mentees click here for evaluation form.
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