WiTT Collegiate Mentoring Program

For more information about the WiTT Collegiate Mentor Program, please see the WiTT Mentor Program Outline.pdf or email mentors@wittn.org.


WiTT partners with MTSU, Lipscomb University, Belmont University, and Tennessee State University to provide mentors to female students in their technology related programs. WiTT volunteers help these students learn about the many career options in technology and support them along their academic journey and beyond.


What's the time commitment?

The program will last for an academic year and will be a mix of formal events organized by WiTT and one-on-one mentoring. Mentors and mentees are free to continue meeting beyond that timeframe if desired (in fact, we're hoping you will!).

Who is eligible to participate?

As mentors:

  • Professional women at any career stage working in technology-related positions
  • Active participants and supporters of WiTT
  • Individuals willing and able to commit to the program for its duration

As mentees:

  • College students looking to learn about and enter into technology-related careers
  • Individuals willing and able to commit to the program for its duration
How will mentors and mentees be matched?

Both mentors and mentees will submit applications. WiTT will review the applications and make matches based upon similarities in backgrounds and career interests/aspirations.

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