Registration is open Peer Group Mentoring


Registration is open Peer Group Mentoring
Collaborate, challenge yourself, and strategize

  • Connect with others and build skills in a supportive small-group environment.
  • Discuss industry trends, experiences in the workplace, work-life balance, and topics important to you.
  • Practice presenting and communicating your own expertise.
  • Expand your knowledge of the renewable energy field learning from your peers.
  • Support and promote workplace equality and advancement with your group.

Participants: Members of WoWE

How will this work?
During the March/April registration period, you will be able to sign up through the WoWE website and after registration ends on April 10, you will be assigned to a Peer Mentoring Group by the WoWE Mentoring Committee. Groups will meet (in-person or online) six times between April and October – choosing dates and times that work best for the group members.

Groups will be assigned based on registration information you provide such as:

  • What do you hope to gain from this experience?
  • What discussion topics are most important to you?
  • How many years have you been working in renewable energy?

Detailed Session Guides and Information will be provided for the whole group for each session. The first session will be facilitated by one of the members of WoWE’s Mentoring Committee and after that group members will rotate the facilitator role for the remaining sessions.

About WoWE
Women of Wind Energy (WoWE) was founded in 2005 and works to promote the education, professional development, and advancement of women to achieve a strong diversified workforce and support a robust renewable energy economy. Since that time, WoWE has grown to an organization with 35 local chapters across North America, an annual luncheon and award ceremony at AWEA’s Annual WINDPOWER Conference and Exhibition, and a growing grassroots network of nearly 3,000 women and men. The organization is supported through hundreds of volunteer hours, member contributions, and the generous contributions of GE Renewable Energy, the American Wind Energy Association, DNV GL and a large number of other leading renewable energy companies. Learn more about WoWE at