Today, engineering remains a non-traditional career for women. Only 18% of graduates from Canadian engineering programs are female, and only 10% of P.Eng. licence holders in Ontario are women. As a result, interactions between young and experienced female professionals in the engineering space are hard to come by.
To address this, OSPE and PEO are partnering to create Engineering Professional Success — a two-year pilot mentorship program that will support women who are recent engineering graduates and in the early stages of their careers.
Mentor-mentee relationships will serve to address the individual needs of the mentee with a focus on any of the following areas:
- Steps to licensure and support with the process
- Career planning
- Enhancing professional networks to secure employment
- Negotiation skills
For more information about this program, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to our contributing partners
Ontario Network of Women in Engineering, Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO), PEO York Chapter, and The Canadian Centre for Women in Science, Engineering, Trades and Technology.
This project is funded by Status of Women Canada