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WAAW Foundation

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WAAW Foundation seeks energetic, dynamic, and highly motivated individuals as mentors for both college fellows and staffs. "We believe in the power of mentoring because Mentoring is a powerful tool to help keep our young ladies and staffs motivated, inspired, and excited to keep driving forward for change. The purpose of this mentorship program is to guide, educate and motivate an African girl in her personal life, career, or both.
Through the program, you will:

  • Learn different unique strengths, values, and stories.
  • Help make a difference through connecting to purpose and the change we want to create.
  • Help young African girls develop skills such as leadership, planning, communications, networking, and many more.
  • Have the opportunity to touch the heart of Africa by meeting young changemakers from around the world.
  • Gain a better understanding of other cultures and develop a greater appreciation for diversity.

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About WAAW Foundation


21500 S. Central Expressway Suite 200, Mckinney TX, Murphy, TX 75070, US

Mission Statement

To empower African female leaders through a globally relevant education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) related fields.


WAAW Foundation - Working to Advance African Women is an international 501(c) organization dedicated to empowering African women through globally relevant education in STEM related fields.

Our overarching objective is to elevate the standards of STEM education in Africa, and eliminate the huge disparities between the number of females versus males entering STEM careers.

The more educated a girl is, the more likely she is to delay marriage, have a choice in who she marries, educate her children, maintain better
health and engage in community leadership. This is what Africa needs!

Our model is to identify African girls at an early stage, influence career choice, strengthen understanding of STEM subjects, provide support for global training, teach leadership, mentor and empower the girls to give back to their communities.

Our programs include scholarships, girls STEM camps, trainer of trainee workshops, and African Women of Vision conferences.

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This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Performance Management
  • Human Resources Training & Development
  • Computer Science
  • Mathematics
  • Career Counseling / Coaching
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