INSPIRE * MENTOR * LEAD
About - Moxxie Mentoring Foundation, Inc is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation established in 2012 to expand the mentoring program activities formerly performed under the auspices of Moxxie Network LLC.. The Foundation’s activities include: fundraising, program development, mentor & mentee recruitment, mentor training, and mentee orientation. Moxxie Network LLC. and its members support the mission and activities of the Foundation as contributors and mentors.
The Foundation hosts several fundraising initiatives throughout the year including the annual Emerald Summit - a leadership conference held on October 29, 2015 at Carlye on the Green in Bethpage State Park. For more information about the Emerald Summit, please visit EmeraldSummit.org.
Mission - to support and foster the career advancement and leadership development of young women through generational mentoring.
Vision - through age-specific mentoring programs, we strive to instil confidence, professionalism, compassion and the drive to succeed.
OUR MENTORING PROGRAMS INCLUDE:
Ms Moxxie is a group mentoring program for women in their 20's and early 30's. This 6-month professional development program helps recent college graduates transition into the business world and provides role models to young women already in the workforce. ... Read More
Jr Moxxie is a one-on-one mentoring program for female college students. It provides select students with a competitive edge for a successful debut into the working world. It's membership is considered a privilege as well as a responsibility. Students are given unique opportunities to network with and be mentored by senior-level business women from various industries. .... Read More
An online forum for our Moxxie Mentees that provides additional career advice and industry knowledge from select professionals.
We are excited to announce that we are planning to start our new Stepping Higher mentoring program for high school girls. If you would like us to develop a pilot mentoring program for your school that focuses on college preparation and career exploration, please contact Beth Meixner at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (631) 328-4545. Read more ...