ENCOURAGE HER

2019-20 Program Impact

The 2019-20 Program

Our 8 Primary Mentors encouraged their 27 mentees to step outside of their comfort zone and our partnership with Quotabelle gave them the opportunity to lead.

Learning Outcomes
KU Leuven Encourage Her Group
Melbourne Encourage Her Group

Our Mentors

KAITLIN GILI
Stevens Institute of Technology
DOMINIKA DUROVCIKOVA
University of Oxford
LAURA ADAMKOVICOVA
Comenius University
SAM DAVIS
CalTech
HANA WARNER
College of William & Mary
ELOISE CHAKOUR
McGill University 
ULIANA DURBAK
KU Leuven
CELIA DOWLING
University of Melbourne

Our Impact

All of the data has been analyzed from our pre-program & post-program surveys, taken by the participants in the program. The feedback demonstrated an increase in confidence in every category from the start to the end of the program, as well as an increase in likelihood to apply for a leadership position in the future. To request raw anonymous data, please contact us at encourageher@ewaab.org.

Program Groups
59% of our mentees lived outside of the United States
Mentee Majors
Our mentees majored in a variety of fields with over 50% in STEM fields

25%

increase in the mentees' likelihood of applying for a leadership position in the future

I really love the confidence our weekly sessions gave me. Being around people who are as understanding and supportive as the girls (and our mentor) really made me less afraid to try things. - Mentee

73%

confidence increase in the mentees' ability to contact professors, working professionals, and icons

"I think I've gained a lot of confidence in going for the things I want and not letting fear of failure prevent me from aiming high."
- Mentee

55%

confidence increase in the mentees' ability to give an oral presentation in front of an audience

100%

of our mentees are confident that they will maintain a relationship with their mentor after the program

EWAAB believes that diversity and inclusiveness are the cornerstones of the organization's success. We are dedicated to supporting and connecting with women and nonbinary and gender non-conforming people of all races, ethnicities, religions, sexual orientations, disabilities, socioeconomic backgrounds, and nationalities.

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