The WIN-Spirations programming is designed to be a rolling annual program. Participants may begin at the start of any quarter and continue through the four training sections. Training within each quarter is designed as both intensive, in-person and virtual learning sessions and micro-trainings to enhance communication and collaboration.
WIN-Spirations Participants Private Collaboration
Participate in our private group for open discussion and questions. Only scholarship participants may join the private WIN-Spirations Facebook Group - click here to join.
In any field, having a professional mentor can help individuals develop and advance their careers. A strong mentoring relationship is built on collaboration and the commitment to the professional development of one or both of its participants. While in the typical mentoring relationship, one participant has more experience, skill, knowledge than the other, many strong mentoring relationships provide an opportunity for both parties to learn from each other through the development of a caring and respectful partnership.
WIN will put a members in touch with an individual in the desired field to offer advice and assistance as it relates to personal and professional growth.
To start the process of mentorship, please reach out to info@na-WIN.com
1st Quarter (Jan-March)
Personal Development is a process of self-analysis, change and growth. Identifying and strengthening yourself will build confidence that is reflective in your personal and work environments.
2nd Quarter (Apr-Jun)
Identify your strong suits and where you are best suited to have highest level of success within your career path. Improve your communications skills. Build your resume to reflect the strengths of your skills.
3rd Quarter (Jul-Sept)
Your personal brand is how you are promoting yourself to the others. It tells a story about you and the image that you want to portray. Understand and implement the elements of personal branding.
4th Quarter (Oct-Dec)
Identify your desired professional image and your perceived professional image. What does your image say Closing the gap to portray the qualities and characteristics that identify your skillsets and the impression you leave.