By Linda StuartTORONTO - With statistics continuing to be dismal regarding the number of women in senior management positions in Canadian businesses, Women in Communications and Technology (WCT) is hoping its Protégé Project will give a well-needed career boost to executive-minded women in the communications, media and technology industries.WCT announced Wednesday it has begun to accept applications for the Protégé Project, which was created in partnership with Shaw Communications and non-profit organization Catalyst Canada. The idea of the Protégé Project is to match senior women executives with C-level executives who will act as sponsors, providing networking opportunities to help the women achieve...
Protégé Project to be a “game changer”
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