Make Possible is a mentoring network to advance women in science and technology careers
A world where aspiration, opportunity and diversity intersect
Help women connect, collaborate and lead through a dedicated mentoring network in STEM
Make Possible was developed in 2014 by members of SCWIST (Society for Women in Science and Technology) with funding support from Status of Women Canada to attract, retain and advance women in science and technology.
Gender diversity research shows a variety of challenges facing women. In SCWIST surveys and industry research, women identified the lack of mentorship support as a major barrier to career advancement in these fields.
SCWIST recognized the need for a trusted support network to advance women in careers like science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Make Possible is a free online platform where people can mentor and be mentored, create networking connections, focus on professional development and achieve their career aspirations.
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Join a dedicated professional mentoring network focused on building skills and confidence.
Connect with someone...
- Who is where you dream of being.
- To learn a particular skill.
- To discover new opportunities.
- To provide guidance and support.
Develop your leadership skills with support from thought leaders and professionals.
- Have coffee with leaders and seasoned professionals and compare experiences.
- Attend events and workshops as a participant or a speaker.
- Source strategic contacts to leverage your development as a professional.
- Carve a path for others to follow.
Connect with fellow Make Possible members, take part in organized industry events and expand your professional network.
- Meet people in your professional field or learn about a career opportunity.
- Gain experience networking in a supportive environment by attending our events and workshops.
- Reach someone on the other side of the world via Skype.
- Make friends who will be there to help out.
Learn new skills, impart your wisdom with others and contribute to a collaborative network of developing professionals.
- Learn how to navigate politics in the workplace from someone who’s been there.
- Pick up a sneaky tech trick from someone twice your junior.
- Beef up your resume by asking someone to teach you a professionally relevant skill.
- Share your knowledge and expertise with someone less experienced.
Sign up today—it’s free.