New York Institute of Technology’s Women’s Technology Council (WTC) mentoring program was created to support our New York Tech female students - from college to career.
Each mentor-mentee pair will participate in engaging one-to-one sessions throughout the duration of the program. These meetings will allow for meaningful interactions that provide both mentor and mentee with a profound sense of accomplishment, satisfaction, and growth. The close bonds formed will provide mentees with a solid understanding of what to expect as they learn and grow professionally, and with the confidence they need to succeed in life.
More importantly, the pairs are grouped together into a larger team/cohort. They will meet regularly as a group, allowing fellow participants, who represent different backgrounds, perspectives, and disciplines, to form new and lasting professional and personal relationships. This multidisciplinary, group approach gives everyone a chance to share their own unique insights and experiences, providing exceptional and unexpected opportunities for individual growth.
We are currently accepting applications for the next cohort starting fall 2021!Apply Now
Deadline to apply: October 29, 2021
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