Are you interested in supporting women through a short-term mentorship?
Our "mini mentorship" program provides an opportunity for professional women to support women who are unemployed, underemployed or working in precarious jobs but striving to transition to stable and sustainable employment.
By becoming a mentor, you can help women while developing professionally. People who volunteer as mentors strengthen their own coaching, active listening and leadership skills.
About Our Program
Career Advancement and Mentorship Program (CAMP) is a new evening career planning workshop for women who are unemployed, underemployed or working in precarious jobs and want to transition to stable and sustainable employment. Under the guidance of an experienced career coach and facilitator, participants will explore their work-related skills, interests, values, and make an action plan toward their career goals. Participants will be connected to a professional working in their field of interest through the CAMP mentorship program.
What do you need to become a mentor?
5 + years of professional experience/skills in an industry
A desire to help women gain insight into your industry Ability to commit 45 minutes for a face-to-face informational interview
If you are interested in becoming a "mini mentor", contact our CAMP Coordinator:
Kary McIntosh 416.927.1900 x 237 firstname.lastname@example.org