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Mentorship at PowerToFly

Navigating your career isn't easy — but you don't have to do it alone.

We can help you reach your goals by matching you with a mentor who has been in your shoes and overcame similar challenges.

Get to the next level in your career with the PowerToFly mentorship program.

PowerToFly mentorship program is on a mission to help women get into tech, grow in tech and get to executive roles.

We are missioned around empowering you to overcome your challenges and get the support you need from a mentor who can help you fulfill your goals and career aspirations.

Why do I need a mentor?

The practice of guiding and advising a protégé has long been proven to work to increase promotions and career satisfaction and decrease turnover in the mentee pool. And it's what underrepresented groups want, too: our What Women Want report found that 82% of women surveyed wanted their companies to offer more professional development opportunities.

Mentorship is one of the most cost-effective ways you can invest in training and promoting diverse talent. You probably already know who the rising stars at the junior levels of your organization are — you just need to set them up with someone more senior who can help them navigate the transition to a leadership role.

How does PowerToFly mentorship work?

You submit your application for attending the PowerToFly mentorship program.

PowerToFly mentorship specialists contact you and collect specific information about your goals and challenges.

PowerToFly matches you with the right mentor.

Track development through our mentor/mentee platform

Review progress as 30 minute biweekly meetings

The mentorship period varies from 6 months to 1 year with an option to renew and switch mentors.

How much does PowerToFly mentorship program cost?

The program costs $250/month/mentee.

Because mentor-mentee relationships take time to develop, there is a minimum commitment of 6 months.

How does it work? Check out PowerToFly mentorship testimonial from the Director, Limor Bergman-Gross:

I would like to become a mentor. How do I get started?

Apply on our website. We will review your application and get back to you ASAP.

Want to Learn More about the PowerToFly mentorship program?

PowerToFly mentorship team will be participating in the Product Expo, part of the Diversity Reboot Summit on. We look forward to seeing you there!

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