JVS WoMentoring Program Helps Women with Work

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JVS WoMentoring Program Helps Women with Work

JVS’ WoMentoring program has helped hundreds of women in crisis or transition realize their career goals and dreams through one-on-one mentoring partnerships, demonstrating the power of women helping women.

Founded twelve years ago, the program supports women seeking a new career direction while emerging from a personal or professional crisis.

Paired with a mentor who has an established career in the participant’s chosen field, each mentee works closely with her mentor and the JVS career counseling staff to reach a career milestone. Graduates have gone on to jobs in banking, government, non-profit, retail and other industries. Several have started their own businesses and have returned to become mentors themselves.WoMentoring is funded in part by Terri and Jerry Kohl, Debbie and Rick Powell, Union Bank, Wells Fargo and the WoMentoring Leadership Network.

To apply to be a Mentee, click here.
To apply to be a Mentor, click here.

The WoMentoring Leadership Network (WLN) is a donor support group, committed to sustaining and enhancing JVS’ WoMentoring initiative, click here to learn more.

If you would like to make your WLN membership donation online, please click here.

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Laura Gerson

Laura Nix Gerson is the co-founder of Hello Métier. She is a digital content producer and marketer, specializing in lead generation and audience development. She has directed marketing and business development strategy in both corporate and agency environments. Over the course of her career she has been at the table with industry leaders and heads of corporations and consulted with numerous tech start-ups, small business owners and non-profits. An entrepreneur herself, Laura understands what it takes to launch and grow a business. She has held significant management positions in both corporate and start-up environments, where recruitment and retention of employees has always been a key component of her work. She blogs at MomAngeles and is a contributing writer for Babble and ModernMom. Follow her on twitter @lauranixgerson or on LinkedIn.