TD: Women at TD Securities University Mentorship Program

| September 13, 2023
Submitted by Alex Cotoc for DeGroote School of Business
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Mentorship Program Structure:

The program will accept undergraduate, women students from various Canadian universities currently enrolled in either their first or second year of studies. Selected mentees will be matched with a TD Securities mentor (woman or man). The number of participants that will be accepted are as follows:

  • ~10-15 applicants in their first year of study
  • ~15-20 applicants in their second year of study

Mentors and mentees enter into structured mentoring relationships for a period of 6 months (from approximately October 2023-April 2024) covering a variety of important and career-defining topics. Mentoring relationships formally conclude at the end of 6 months; however, both mentor and mentee are encouraged to continue to keep in touch as they see fit.

The Mentorship program’s group events may provide mentees the opportunity to:

  • Meet individuals from different product groups and tour the trading floor
  • Participate in job shadowing across various TD Securities groups
  • Network and develop relationships with TD Securities personnel
  • Seek advice to build a career in Capital Markets
  • Experience TD’s diverse and inclusive culture first-hand

Requirements and Eligibility Criteria:

  • Mentees must be 1st or 2nd year undergraduate woman-identifying students (graduating in spring 2026 or 2027)
  • Interest in a career in Capital Markets and TD
  • Strong academic records evidenced via their transcript
  • Prepared to commit time and energy to this program
  • Demonstrates leadership skills (e.g. clubs, sports)

Visit our website for more information about the application process.

Apply here before Friday, September 29 at 11:59 p.m.!

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