Women's Engineering Network Peer Mentoring Program
Women are underrepresented in engineering and technology both in the classroom and in the workplace. There are many complex reasons for this, but we know that there are many great career opportunities and demand for women in engineering and technology careers. The Women's Peer Mentoring Program has been developed by female students in the School of Engineering. The purpose of the program is to help freshman and sophomore female students build their network in both the school and IUPUI and empower individuals toward academic, personal, and professional success.
If you are interesed in being a peer mentor and are a current School fo Engineering and Technology female student, please use this application. Fill out the form and submit to Dr. Terri Talbert-Hatch at email@example.com.
Nicole Stout (Motorsports Engineering, left) and Madeline Dement (Mechanical Engineering, right) present on the Women's Engineering Network (WEN) Peer Mentoring Program at the University of New Mexico Mentoring Conference.