Career Readiness Bootcamp

An experiential business and tech-focused career readiness bootcamp for Indigenous, Black, and racialized women.

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Why Join the Career Readiness Bootcamp?

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Turn Your Hands-On Learning Into Action

The program is designed to help you turn what you learn into action with industry career coaches, recruiters, and mentors. You’ll apply the learnings right away in the bootcamp’s interactive, experiential sessions. Apply your insights into action.
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Learn From Experienced Professionals

It makes a huge difference to learn from people who have lived experience, professional expertise, and understand your unique needs. Our facilitators and career coaches are experienced in recruitment, and career and leadership development.
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Connect and Grow Your Professional Network

A strong network is there for you as you grow in your career. Meet peers and industry professionals through group discussions, speed networking events, and more. You’ll leave with the seeds of meaningful relationships to kickstart your career.

What To Expect

Career Readiness Bootcamps are experiential and interactive. These powerful experiences run over a weekend in a virtual setting. Each weekend bootcamp focuses on a specific career development theme, such as:

You’ll hear from speakers, attend engaging virtual workshops, and participate in working groups with career coaches, peers and mentors.

You’ll put your newly gained skills to practice through mock interviews, resume feedback sessions or speed networking with industry professionals and career coaches depending on the bootcamp theme.
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Our Impact at a Glance

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150+
Participated in AHF’s Career Readiness Bootcamp, with 96% satisfaction rating*
*Rated 8-10 on a 10-point scale.
95%
Better strategies for writing a high-performing resume
94%
Better understand what imposter syndrome is and how to alleviate it
97%
Greater self-awareness and impact on career development
95%
Better aware of factors involved in job search as an Indigenous, Black or racialized woman
92%
Self-care and emotional regulation strategies to help you through the job search
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Accelerate Your Career

We believe everyone deserves to get a good start in their careers, and do it in a way where they can be their authentic selves. The Career Readiness Bootcamp fosters courage, compassion, and justice in its space, and we welcome Indigenous, Black and women of colour from all cultures, religions, and intersecting marginalized identities.
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Thank You to Our Bootcamp Sponsor

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Accelerate Her Future™ was founded on land and waters of the traditional territory of many nations including the Haudenosaunee, Anishnaabeg, the Attawandaron, and the Metis within the lands protected by the “Dish with One Spoon” wampum agreement. We respect Indigenous peoples’ deep connections to the land and waters, and affirm our commitment to continued learning while engaging our head, heart and hands to advance the TRC Calls to Action 92 and the MMIWG2S+ Calls to Justice 6.1, 11.1 and 15. We invite you to learn more about the history and presence of the Indigenous communities on the land and waters you gather on and work to build a better future for all and have included learning resources in your onboarding materials some of which are required for your completion. We encourage visitors to our website to learn about the land they are currently on.
Accelerate Her Future™ was founded on land and waters of the traditional territory of many nations including the Haudenosaunee, Anishnaabeg, the Attawandaron, and the Metis within the lands protected by the “Dish with One Spoon” wampum agreement. We respect Indigenous peoples’ deep connections to the land and waters, and affirm our commitment to continued learning while engaging our head, heart and hands to advance the TRC Calls to Action 92 and the MMIWG2S+ Calls to Justice 6.1, 11.1 and 15. We invite you to learn more about the history and presence of the Indigenous communities on the land and waters you gather on and work to build a better future for all and have included learning resources in your onboarding materials some of which are required for your completion. We encourage visitors to our website to learn about the land they are currently on.

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