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Invest In Her

Are You Ready to Make the Investment?

We're looking for working professionals to get involved and help make our programs sustainable and our 10 year impact goal a reality. 

We Need Your Investment to Build the Pipeline

Become a year-long mentor for our Encourage Her Program, investing your time in 3-5 undergraduate students​. 

Become a Mentor

Become a speaker for our ConnectHer series and investing 1 hour of your time to talk about your career and leadership lessons with 60+ mentees worldwide

Become a Speaker

Become and Impact Investor

Invest in our programs with a donation and help us keep our programs sustainable and our growth steady as we move towards our 2030 impact goals.

We are looking to have a wide representation of women speakers and mentors to advise our mentees. If you are a women of color and/or from another under-represented group, we really encourage and invite you to become a speaker or mentor within our programs. We envision a world where every young women has a living role model who they can look up to and see themselves. 

Why Is the Pipeline Necessary? 

1 in 4

women feel like an outsider in less inclusive college environments

25%

more likely for a woman to pursue a tech degree if she can see what that career might look like before graduating 

A LinkedIn survey demonstrated that 82% of women believe that having a mentor is important to one's career trajectory. And yet 20% of women in the survey reported that they never had access to a mentor. 

For women of color, it is even more difficult to find mentors - often times do to the lack of representation that exists. Women of color make up about 37% of the U.S. population, but they only comprise 3.2% of Fortune 500 Company Boards and 11.9% of managerial roles. It is critical that we provide young women of color with not only mentors, but supportive communities and practical tools to aid them in their early careers! 

How Will Your Investment Have An Impact? 

Hear it from them.

“The most helpful thing I learnt with EWAAB is that I'm not alone. In every discussion we had, it was heartwarming to see faces of understanding looking back at me as I poured out my feelings, ambitions, and dreams. It exceeded my expectations in every way. My favourite part was when we would have pitch meetings and info sessions with our Primary Mentor."
-Sriyaa Srinivasan
"The EWAAB mentorship program provided me with  a vast number of opportunities and challenged me to go outside my comfort zone as a woman who's going down the STEM path. I learnt a lot about myself. Not only what I feel proud about, but also what I would like to improve."
-Megnot Tesfaye Seyoum
I joined EWAAB as I felt that it could provide me with extra resources to improve my confidence and connect me with like-minded women. However, EWAAB exceeded my expectations in every way possible and has had such an enormous impact on my life. The internship organised by EWAAB significantly improved my public speaking, research skills and confidence." 
-Chanel Le Roux
Join Our Reach and Uplift Circle

Give a little now and join our leadership circle once we receive our 501c3 approval soon. Our Leadership Circle will consist of working professionals that are looking to be a part of our annual global impact. Circle members will receive special impact updates, EWAAB gifts, and invitations to exclusive virtual networking events. Sign up for our newsletter to join our professional network.

Other Ways to Support Us

Give Monthly

Donate in one of the most sustainable forms by becoming a monthly investor, starting with just $5 a month!

Support Our Fundraisers

Donate what you can to our fundraisers that support our programs as well as another chosen charity that specifically emphasizes helping women within minority groups.

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

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