Do you want to be part of our next cohort as a mentee?

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Women in Governance’s Mentoring program is offered to women in both executive and professional levels to help them advance in their careers.

The mentees for the Executive program hold Vice President and first Director positions and the mentees for our Professional program hold Director positions, and are members of the Professional orders such as: Lawyers, Engineers, Accountants etc.

We invite you to apply now!

To see our princing, click here.

To submit your application as a mentee, fill out the form below.

Please note that a personal email address is required so that we are always able to reach you, for example after a professional development.

Preferred email address for correspondence:

Language preference:
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Which mentoring program do you want to apply for? (The selection committee reserves the right to change the type of program for which you applied).
Program for ExecutivesProgram for Professionals

If possible, you would prefer your mentor to be from:
Canada/USAYour country of residenceAny other country ('global')No preference

Have you already had / do you have a mentor? If so, please specify:

Have you ever been a mentee with Women in Governance?

Do you have Board experience, past or present?

If so, please list them (specify if its a not-for-profit).

Describe in a few words which topics you would like to discuss with your future mentor.

In order to fully get involved in your mentoring relationship, which criteria would be important for you concerning your mentor? (industries, experience, managerial versus entrepreneurial profile, availabilities …)

What are your availabilities to meet your mentor?

Which criteria would you be uncomfortable with?

What means are you prepared to use to achieve the program's objective (make progress in your career)?

Describe in a few words what you expect from this Mentoring program.

Choose 10 keywords that best describe you as a mentee.

How did you find out about Women in Governance's Mentoring program?