To be eligible for the FutureMakers program, young women must be between the ages of 18 and 25 and must have a strong interest in developing their leadership, professional, and life skills. Applicants must be committed to attending regular mentoring and networking events, as well as skills training programs and personal development workshops. They should also demonstrate a clear passion for making a positive impact in their communities and workplaces, and a willingness to learn and grow.
FutureMakers provides young women with access to experienced mentors who can provide guidance and support as they navigate the challenges of early adulthood and build their careers. Mentors are matched with mentees based on shared interests, backgrounds, and career goals, and meet regularly to discuss career development, personal growth, and other topics of interest.
FutureMakers offers regular networking events and workshops designed to help young women build professional connections and expand their social and professional networks. These events provide opportunities to meet other like-minded women, learn about different career paths and industries, and connect with potential employers and mentors.
FutureMakers provides young women with access to a range of skills training programs, workshops, and courses designed to help them develop leadership, professional, and life skills. These may include courses on communication, negotiation, public speaking, financial literacy, time management, and other key competencies.
FutureMakers also places a strong emphasis on personal development, providing young women with access to resources and support to help them build self-confidence, resilience, and a positive mindset. This may include workshops on stress management, mindfulness, and goal setting, as well as opportunities for one-on-one coaching and support.
The success of the program is evaluated through participant feedback surveys and progress reports submitted by mentors and mentees.