Women’s Mentoring Program for more ongoing, tailored employment support and to expand her networks.
Improved job searching skills
Farah’s mentor worked with her to develop a LinkedIn profile and to expand her job search skills by introducing her to different job search platforms. Farah also improved her resume and built her capability to tailor cover letters to each job application.
Gained meaningful employment
Built greater confidence
When Farah initially engaged in the mentoring program, she rated her confidence in her interview skills a two out of five. However, after receiving support for about three months from her mentor, Farah rated her confidence a 4 out of 5. She also stated feeling more confident to apply for work due to her mentoring sessions.
SECL’s Women’s Mentoring Program is a Strategic Engagement Coordinator program initiative funded by the Department of Families, Fairness and Housing