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Menttium Offers Scholarship Award to Businesswomen Leaders
Date:5/15/2009

Corporate Mentoring Program Makes Scholarship Awards Available for Top Talent in Non-Profit Sector

Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) May 15, 2009 -- In recognition of the talented businesswomen in the non-profit sector, Menttium Corporation, is offering several full scholarship awards to the prestigious Menttium 100® leadership development program.

Menttium 100 Program participants are paired with a more senior executive from another company for a year-long mentoring partnership accompanied by business education and networking opportunities.

Hailed as “The model for mentoring systems nationwide,” by the U.S. Department of Labor, Menttium has created more than 50,000 mentoring partnerships since it was founded in 1991. Many of America’s premier companies and senior executives participate in the Menttium 100 Program making this a “once-in-a-career” opportunity for emerging female leaders.

“No one person has all the answers,” said Kim Vappie, Menttium’s CEO. “But by participating in the Menttium 100 Program, a woman is able to build a personal board of directors to help guide her career.”

Women with a minimum six years professional experience, above-average performance and proven commitment to professional and personal growth are qualified to apply. Candidates should be in a leadership position within the non-profit sector. The 2009 recipients will be honored at the Program Launch.

Qualified candidates should submit online applications at www.menttium.com. The deadline for candidates in Minneapolis is August 14th; for Chicago and Virtual (open to candidates anywhere in the world) is September 18th. Final selection will be announced in the fall.

Jackie Nelson, Vice President of Operations, can answer any questions regarding the Menttium 100 Program. Contact her at 612.436.4596 or jackie-nelson @ menttium.com.

About Menttium:
The global leader in today's corporate mentoring models, Menttium Corporation offers comprehensive internal, virtual and cross-company mentoring solutions that support the development and advancement of key talent in the workplace. Since 1991, over 50,000 people have participated in Menttium's mentoring programs. Our strategic approach delivers powerful mentoring experiences that are linked to business objectives to positively impact the performance of individuals and the long-term viability of the organization.

Contact:
Melanie Shirley
Vice President of Marketing
Menttium Corporation
612.436.4440
c: 612.385.7846
melanie-shirley @ menttium.com

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