WOMENTORSHIP

The Betty-Ann Heggie Womentorship Program

The Betty-Ann Heggie Womentorship Program is now accepting mentor and protégé applications for the 2011/2012 academic year. 

Research shows that nearly every successful woman will say that she benefited from mentorship while navigating the labyrinth of her career. Thanks to Betty-Ann Heggie's generous financial support and donated time, the Edwards School of Business has a program to help University of Saskatchewan graduates find personal and professional fulfillment while helping companies keep women actively engaged in their organizations.

  • If you are a professional with 15+ years of experience, who wishes to enrich the career, life and network of others, as well as yourself...become a Womentor!
  • If you are a professional who wishes to enrich your own career, life and network...become a Protégé!

Womentorship Benefits include:

  • Participating with a group of diverse, passionate & knowledgeable professionals from many areas, such as Art, Business, Education, Engineering & Law
  • Personalized matching of Protégés & Womentors
  • Flexible, one-to-one coaching/mentoring sessions between each Womentor and Protégé
  • A variety of Professional Networking & Developmental Seminars/Events
  • Minimal time commitment reaping maximum reward

For more information, contact:

Maryann Ross

Career Development Manager/Coordinator - Betty-Ann Heggie Womentorship Program
Edwards School of Business, University of Saskatchewan

Telephone: (306)966-2586 Fax: (306)966-5408; Email: womentorship@edwards.usask.ca

The Betty-Ann Heggie Womentorship Program would like to thank the following for their financial support to the 2012-13 Womentorship Program:

Information Services Corporation - sponsorship of the February 12th Womentorship Professional Development Session on Belonging

AREVA Resources Canada - sponsorship of the April 25th Womentorship Appreciation "Windup" Event - Professional Development Session on Resilience

Robin Chapman of Chapman Wealth Management, TD Waterhouse Private Investment Advice - sponsorship of a Protege currently employed in the not-for-profit sector