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Mentee Spotlight: Dr. Jackie Bauer, Mentee to Mentor

by W2WM Senior Program Assistant Andrea Baker The very first time that all our new mentees and their mentors meet, one of the main points that we always make is this: The effort that you put into your mentoring relationship, the program, and yourself is what you will take away

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07.16.2021

Career Panel Reflections by Shauna Goodell, Mentee Alum

by Shauna Goodell, W2WM CORE Program Mentee Alum In June, W2WM hosted a career panel with local career and social media experts for current and past mentees and their mentors. If you missed out on the fun, allow me to introduce these wonderful women!  Now Is the Time To Apply!

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06.22.2021

Mentee Spotlight: Shana Knight, Leader & Entrepreneur

Mentee Spotlight on Shana Knight by W2WM Senior Program Assistant Andrea Baker The Community Leaders & Entrepreneurs of SOUL Street When the W2WM team met this bright young person a couple of years ago, she was a rockstar volunteer manager with the United Way of Frederick County, mom, and a

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05.28.2021

Mentee Spotlight: Erin Leyh, CORE Program- Class #18

by W2WM Senior Program Assistant Andrea Baker WHAT DO YOU DO? I am a Children’s Librarian for Frederick County Public Libraries at the Thurmont and Emmitsburg Branches. WHAT WERE YOU LOOKING FOR IN A MENTOR? I wanted someone who could help me get organized and keep me accountable. I knew

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05.14.2021

Mentee Spotlight: Maria Martin, MBA, SHRM-CP

by W2WM Senior Program Assistant Andrea Baker In honor of all of our W2WM mentees who are graduating this spring, we are spotlighting Maria Martin (previously Thorpe).  Maria was one of the founding Alumni Committee members, a W2WM Pop Up Shop and event volunteer, and she recently acquired her MBA!

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04.09.2021

5 Reasons You Would be a Great Mentor

by Laure Ballow of iHire, W2WM Board Member + Mentor As a board member and mentor with W2WM, I often share my passion for the organization and invite other women to consider becoming a mentor.  Sometimes I’m surprised by their responses.  “I don’t think I’d be a very good mentor.”

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