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Mentor Spotlight: Joy Beveridge, Women in STEM+ CORE Programs

by W2WM Senior Program Assistant, Andrea Baker   Pathway to Mentorship “Becoming a mentor was a natural progression of my leadership role in my career and as a past athlete and coach. The main impetus was the call from Tonya (former W2WM Executive Director) asking if I would be interested

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Mentor Spotlight: Lindsay Burdette, Both the Mentor & the Mentee

by Senior Program Assistant Andrea Baker Even Mentors Have Mentors! “Being a mentor is extremely important and it is essential. Mentoring is an honor and privilege and not everyone is suited for such great responsibilities. A mentee may need structure, advice, or a listening ear. It is beautiful when a

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Mentee Spotlight: Jordan Reed-Estes, Women in STEM Program

by W2WM Senior Program Assistant Andrea Baker Recent Hood College grad, Jordan Reed-Estes graduated with a degree in Environmental Science and Policy Major with a concentration in Chemistry, and we couldn’t be more excited for her! She also successfully completed her internship with the Department of State Bureau of Oceans and

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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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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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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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