Wake Invests in Women (WIIW) is dedicated to closing the gender wage and representation gaps in Wake County and the Triangle Area. To bridge those gaps, WIIW is creating a broad and collaborative network of organizations from private, public, government and nonprofit sectors. We aim to encourage innovative thinking through sharing best practices and celebrating successes to eliminate gender inequality in Wake County. Our ultimate goal is to achieve gender equality and create a level playing field for all.
Wake Tech serves as the backbone of WIIW, providing both administrative and logistical support. The college also is a key collaborative partner. Not only did Wake Tech help launch the Career Guides Mentor Program, but its academic programs and student support services help keep the pipeline of women entering STEM fields across the region flowing.
Your contribution will help us build a skilled workforce and strengthen our talent pipeline. We appreciate your generosity.
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If you're looking to enhance your networking skills and advance your professional development, consider joining our Career Guides Mentor Program. It provides a unique opportunity to interact with career professionals in Wake County and the Triangle area. You'll receive a host of benefits, such as developing new skills in career readiness, building a strong professional network and boosting your confidence. The program is open to all Wake Tech students, regardless of gender, so seize this opportunity to gain an edge in your career.
Your Career Guide Mentor will help you:
Student participation details
Registration opens in August.
Visit Wake Invests in Women to learn more about becoming a Career Guides Mentor or a WIIW partner.