Women In Bio's mentoring programs support women in various stages of their career and personal development. Many chapters have implemented and continue to develop exciting new programs that will grow within the Women In Bio community. Our current programs include:
Mentors, Advisors, and Peers (MAPs) Groups
MAPs Peer Groups are local informal meetings of six to ten women who have an interest in discussing topics of common professional and personal interest. Topics range from career planning, work/life balance to raising capital. Learn more and apply here.
Many Women In Bio members are passionate about supporting the next generation of women in the sciences as they complete graduate school and postdoctoral fellowships and embark on their careers. The MAPs-University outreach programs bring together current graduate students and postdocs with WIB members in an informal setting at local universities. Learn more and apply here.
1:1 Mentoring Program
Our latest program that is in development is the 1:1 Mentoring Program. This program caters to members who range from students to all stages within their careers who are looking to develop the 1:1 Mentor/Mentee relationship. If you are interested in becoming involved, find more details here.
WIB-Seattle Metro:Mentors, Advisors, Peers (MAPs) Program is Seeking Candidates for our 2017 Executive Mentor Pilot. Led by three executive women in Seattle, our 12 month program will help you to build the knowledge and competencies to advance your career into executive management (C-suite). Don’t miss your chance to learn from these executive mentors to recognize your success, to manage more effectively and efficiently, and to polish your execution! Click here for more information or here for the application.
For more information, contact us at MAPGroup@womeninbio.org.