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Deadline approaching: Don't miss the chance to be part of our Mentoring Programme

22 April 2021

Deadline approaching: Don't miss the chance to be part of our Mentoring Programme

There is still time to apply for our brand-new Women in Football Mentoring Programme. 

Designed to help you utilise the power of mentoring to accelerate your career, whilst also helping you to develop on a personal level, the WIF Mentoring Programme is led by Goal 17 in partnership with Women in Football. Winners of the ‘Best Sports-Led Mentoring Programme’ at the 2019 National Mentoring Awards, Goal 17 has also featured on Forbes.com for their work with Premier League football clubs, so we’re in good hands!

What can you expect?

  • You will create your own personalised mentoring plan while clarifying your goals and ambitions for the programme
  • You will discover how to identify, approach and secure a senior-level mentor
  • Your mentor will also receive award-winning training, to ensure they are best prepared to support you
  • You will both be guided through an empowering mentoring experience
  • You will have the opportunity to connect and network with other aspiring leaders in the footballing industry with whom you can share your mentoring experience

In addition, should you be inspired to share what you’ve learned with others, there is also the opportunity for you to become a mentor yourself and gain a certificate from Oxford Brookes University.

Session Dates TBA

Cost: £250 + VAT for the 3-month programme, to include:

  • Three half-day remote training sessions to help you prepare for your mentoring experience, find your mentor and launch your partnership
  • Three months of support from our mentoring experts
  • Comprehensive training for your mentor.

The closing date for applications for the first cohort is Friday, 14 May. 

To apply, please send a current CV and a covering letter to info@womeninfootball.co.uk

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