Mentorship program offered to female entrepreneurs in the north

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Female entrepreneurs located in Northern BC have the chance to learn from mentors associated with the Forum for Women Entrepreneurs.

The FWE and Northern Development have entered a partnership to launch the FWE Mentor Program North.

25 women who run their own business  from across Northern BC — including the Fraser-Fort George, Cariboo Chilcotin, Northwest and Northeast regions — will be accepted.

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The cost of the program, for 12 months of mentorship, is $100 + GST.

Female entrepreneurs are eligible to apply now.

The deadline is November 30th, 2015. Mentorships start in January 2016.

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