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Women Investing in and Guiding Students (WINGS)
Eight-month college-to-career mentoring program


PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Co-sponsored by the Institute for Women's Leadership and the Center for Women and Work, Women Investing in and Guiding Students (WINGS) is an eight month college-to-career mentoring program designed to link selected Rutgers female students with successful professional women as mentors.

Students accepted into WINGS will receive one credit offered by the Labor Studies department of the School of Management & Labor Relations issued at the end of the spring semester of the program year.

What can WINGS do for you?

  • Build a network of valuable professional connections
  • Gain an understanding about workplace culture, organizational structure and work/life balance issues
  • Have the opportunity to explore a field of interest through exposure to a professional woman in that field
  • Attend professional development workshops
Corporate Sponsors

Our WINGS corporate partners provide funding, leadership and mentoring expertise to make the program possible. Our 2017-2018 partners are Johnson & Johnson and Wells Fargo.

Johnson & Johnson is the world's premier consumer health company that embraces research and science, bringing innovative ideas, products and services to advance the health and well-being of people. Please visit jnj.com for more company information
Wells Fargo Wells Fargo is a diversified financial services company that provides a broad range of retail banking and brokerage, asset and wealth management, and corporate and investment banking products and services. Please visit wellsfargo.com for more company information.
For more information please contact Ludine Daux, WINGS Program Coordinator, at ludine.daux@rutgers.edu.





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The goals of the WINGS program are to:

  • Build a network of valuable professional connections
  • Gain an understanding about workplace culture, organizational structure and work/life balance issues
  • Have the opportunity to explore a field of interest through exposure to a well-established professional woman in that field