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Mentorship Articles

A girl's best friend is her....mentor! A positive mentorship can be a working woman's ticket to career advancement. We'll tell you how to find and reach out to a mentor, present you with the latest research about the benefits of mentorship, and let you know which companies and industries have the best programs.

Working Women
Debra Simon: The Inspirational Woman Behind Carolina Woman Magazine
The magazine that gives professional women in the Triangle their hard-earned recognition
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Working Women
HBO's Bernadette Aulestia Shares 5 of Her Secrets to Success
We cover calling out company policies, tackling imposter syndrome, the value of a good boss and more
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Working Women
How KR Liu’s Advocacy Sparked a Movement for Disability Inclusion
Insights on technology, inclusivity, mentorship, and more, from an inspirational accessibility advocate
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How To
How to Find Your Flock in a New City
I just moved to NYC — here's how I plan to find a supportive community
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Insight & Commentary
Moms Really Do Know Best
A nod to the original mentor, and how she prepares us for leadership
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How To
How Diverse is Your Mentorship?
The importance of being intentional when picking mentors
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Insight & Commentary
How One Woman and One Business Trip Helped Me Face Imposter Syndrome
You’re rarely given an opportunity you aren’t good enough for
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Data & Research
The Hidden Dangers of a Half-Assed Mentorship Program
New InHerSight data show that high-quality mentorship programs for female professionals are in high demand and short supply.
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Female-Friendly Companies
Top Companies for Sponsorship & Mentorship Programs
Here's a list of 20 companies with high ratings for their Sponsorship & Mentorship Programs. All companies had at least 20 ratings as of September 30, 2016.
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Data & Research
Good Mentorship Programs are Kinda Like Unicorns
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