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AWIS is committed to strengthening mentoring relationships that enable the exchange of knowledge, social capital, and psychosocial support relevant to work, career, or professional development.  

We have the following resources available to AWIS members:

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On Demand Webinars:

Building a Mentoring Program

Presented by Masha Fridkis-Hareli, PhD, Founder and President of ATR, LLC

Click here to access the webinar.

Boost Your Career with a Career Coach

Presented by Sherry A. Marts, PhD, Chief Executive Officer, S*Marts Consulting, LLC

Click here to access the webinar.

Interdisciplinary Mentoring

Presented by Ofelia Olivero, PhD, Senior Staff Scientist, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health

Click here to access the webinar.


The Importance of Mentoring Relationships Program

The focus of the mentoring relationship program is to provide individuals in STEM with tools and techniques to identify key action steps for developing strong, productive  mentoring relationships.

Click here to bring this valuable workshop to your workplace.


Getting the Most out of Your Mentoring Relationships

This handbook serves as a guide to relationships that offer moments of reflection and perspective that are highly useful for women in STEM.

Click here to order the handbook.

Fact Sheet:

Developing Strong Mentoring Relationships

Changing needs arise as one learns to balance the different roles in ones career and influence the nature of mentor relationships. Learn more about how to achieve your goals with mentors.

Click here to view fact sheet.




Sponsorship can significantly impact the careers of women faculty throughout the ranks.Learn more about sponsorship in the AWIS Magazine (Spring 2014).

Click here to read article.

Interdisciplinary Mentoring

Interdisciplinary mentoring is a great way to produce synergy in groups, and to generate multifocal ideas and complex solutions to complex challenges. Learn more in the AWIS Magazine (Spring 2014).

Click here to read article.


When your career needs a boost, when your stuck and need some fresh ideas and insights, or when you just don't know what it is you really want, working with a coach can help. Learn more in the AWIS Magazine (Spring 2014).

Click here to read article.

Mentoring Circles

A mentoring circle is a small group of women scientists committed to meeting regularly and supporting one another with advice, encouragement and information.
Learn more in the AWIS Magazine (Spring 2014).

Click here to read article.
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