Mentor Programs

Follow the link below for each State based mentor program.


Web-Mentoring for ECR women in academia

The WEN web-mentoring for early career researcher (ECR) women in academia is a mentoring initiative aimed at supporting ECR women in academia (i.e. Post-docs, Level B and Level C academics) across Australia. The program consists of four online thematic mentoring sessions throughout 2023-2024. These sessions will cover a range of essential topics, including research, teaching, and service.


SA Branch

Women in Economics student mentoring program 2020-21

The WEN SA Committee is proud to launch the third year of our university Mentoring Program, running from October 2021 to August 2022.


WA Branch

The WA Mentoring Program aims to facilitate productive mentoring partnerships by linking Mentors with Mentees in order to provide participants with constructive opportunities to reflect on and expand on their professional and career objectives, capabilities, skills and networks.


Meet the WA Mentors

Meet the mentors that have agreed to participate in the WA Mentoring Program


ACT Branch

Welcome to the Canberra Women in Economics Student Mentoring Program

Are you a woman studying economics and wondering where it could take you? Are you not quite sure what an economist does from one day to the next? Do you want to have access to some of the most talented women in economics in Canberra?  Applications for the mentoring program are now open.


NSW Branch

Expressions of Interest for Mentorship Program 2019

WEN (NSW Branch) is planning to run a mentoring program as part of its offering for 2019, with the aim to target junior economists with 2-3 years work experience (the mentee) with more senior economists with 8-10 years work experience (the mentor). This offers opportunities to make connections between women working as professional economists.