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Want to receive fabulous Speed Mentoring from wonderful women? Come to WOW!

When Mar 05, 2016
from 10:45 AM to 11:45 AM
Where The Junction Clifton Way, Cambridge CB1 7GX
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The Sessions:

·         4 x 15 minute sessions to talk to a mentor

·         Open to women at all stages of study or work

·         Cambridge mentors are women from all fields, from poets to professors, from mums to managers

·         You are in charge of the discussion

·         Great opportunity to discuss a particular challenge or professional issue

·         Don’t worry – all of our mentors are amazing women,  easy to talk to and willing to share their free time to work with you!

·        Mentors will use their life experiences, insights and expertise to support you to overcome challenges

        

Our main ambition is that you enjoy your experience!

 

To sign up for Speed Mentoring please visit.

Please note a valid  WOW ticket is required to take part in this event.

To buy a ticket (or simply purchase one on the day on the way into the event): http://www.junction.co.uk/wow-saturday

 

If you can’t make this Saturday there will be a second FREE Speed Mentoring session as part of the Science festival


Thursday, 10 March 2016 from 17:30 to 18:30
Department of Engineering - Lecture Room 4. Trumpington Street. Cambridge CB2 1PZ GB

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