Mentoring for women in tech 1:1

Our unique mentoring program

Women today are joining mentor(SHE:) for guidance on how to manage broad career challenges such as:
Maintaining a better work/life balance, dealing with workplace conflicts, leadership and executive progression and career changes.
This program provides an open forum to discuss these challenges.

How does it work

The program runs each year, throughout a 10-month period. It offers events and educational resources along the way.
It kicks off with a mentor match process to get our wonderful women paired with a suitable match. 

Mentors - Expert and experienced tech professionals pay it forward and nurture other female tech professionals.
Mentees - From graduates, to women re-entering the tech workforce after a period out, or those just wanting to jump-start their careers.


Registrations for Vic ICT For Women’s mentoring program next intake are open now for mentors and mentees!

If you're interested in being part of our next intake as a mentor or mentee, or have any questions about the program, please email [email protected] We encourage you to check out the FAQs on our website HERE.

We also encourage you to sign up to Vic ICT For Women's Member Community HERE. Here you can connect with other people from your industry and join our community of mentors, learn from leaders, view job openings, create industry groups, share updates and access VICT4.W events and information - all in one centralised place.

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Why do we need mentoring for women in tech?

Mentoring is vital to the success and retention of women working in tech. We all benefit when someone shows us the ropes and sponsors us for new opportunities.
With only 28% of women in the tech sector (compared to 44% in other industries) mentoring offers a solution to help women overcome barriers to a successful and fulfilling career. 

Vic ICT for Women created  mentor(SHE:) to support the retention of women working in the tech sector. We want to create an accessible one on one environment to allow women to build confidence, provide networking opportunities, and facilitate professional development.

Benefits of program
        • Access to an external mentor

        • Industry experience

        • Expert advice

        • Alternative perspectives

        • Ways to break through barriers

        • Networking with peers

        • Events and workshops

        • Resources for your mentoring relationship

Resources for mentor(SHE:)

Interested in mentoring or being mentored? Sign up HERE today to become a VICT4.W Community member, then register as a 2022 mentor or mentee! Any questions, Email us at [email protected]

Click here to access the frequently asked questions.

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Want to sponsor?

Are you looking to make a real difference to the gender gap in STEM? Sponsor mentor(SHE:) in 2022!

Email the team via [email protected] to find out more information!

Meet the team behind mentor(she:)

The VIC ICT for Women mentor(SHE:) program is fully operated and run by volunteers. Passionate women and men who want to see a balanced workforce and give up their time to commit to the program. We are always on the lookout for passionate volunteers to help out with the program, if you would like to join the mentor(SHE:) program committee , please email us at [email protected].

Jessica Maree

mentor(SHE:) Program Director

Jessica has been a board member for VIC ICT for Women for 4 years, and is passionate about what the mentor(SHE:) program can offer women working in tech. Jessica is an experienced mentor, speaker and currently works a consultant for a large technology firm.

Bhamini Runa

mentor(SHE:) Events Coordinator

Krystle Northover

mentor(SHE:) Marketing Lead

Mano Ravichandran

mentor(SHE:) Events Lead

Bhavika Unnadkat

mentor(SHE:) Data Analytics Lead

Ufna Aamar

mentor(SHE:) Sponsorship Lead