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I am looking for Mentors in the technology field who speaks French or Creole

Faradjine Laurore
Posted November 9, 2018 from United States

We had our first tech awareness/coding camp in Port-au-Prince, Haiti from 20-24th August, 2018 and we are seeking women in tech volunteers to provide virtual mentorship for our girl participants. The mentor will know conversational French to become Sister-Mentor to those girls. It would mean staying in touch with them monthly. It’s a great learning opportunity for both the mentor and the mentee!

If you are interested, please see below: Please send me a message or apply on our website:

Once you are assigned a mentee/s, you’ll stay in touch with them on monthly basis (or more if you want to!), build friendship and guide them in their career and life goals. It’s a very flexible and open ended program. We will be helping/guiding you on every step of the way so both the mentor and the mentee can benefit from this relationship!

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Jill Langhus
Nov 10, 2018
Nov 10, 2018

Hi Faradjine,

Welcome to World Pulse:-) Thanks for sharing your post. It's a great initiative. Good luck:-)

Ana Isabel Paraguay
Aug 24, 2019
Aug 24, 2019

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