What are Mentorship Nights?
Mentorship Nights are intimate conversations for women students to access informal mentorship opportunities. Four times during the academic year, women students can participate in a roundtable discussion with working professionals from leading engineering and IT companies. Attendees can except to cover:
- Networking Tips and Tricks
- Job/Co-op Application Process in STEM
- How to Communicate Effectively
- Transitioning from University to the Workplace
Who is this for? Women students in a Carleton University Bachelor, Master’s or Doctoral program, of: engineering, IT, applied science, computer science, mathematics, or physics. Current Carleton University women students interested in engineering and IT. We encourage women from all backgrounds and identities to attend one (or many) Mentorship Nights. We are committed to creating spaces that are welcoming and supportive to women of all backgrounds, intersecting identities, and experiences – including racialized women, women with disabilities, Indigenous women, etc.
Reasons to attend a Mentorship Night:
✓ Access mentorship opportunities
✓ Build your professional network
✓ Develop your soft skills
✓ Co-Curricular Record (CCR) recognition for students
✓ Receive a certificate of program completion
✓ Gain a LinkedIn badge upon program completion
Register for an Upcoming Mentorship Night
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