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Women’s Mentoring Event Series 

 Women in the community are invited to participate in a free career mentoring event on Monday, October 15 from 5:30 - 8 p.m. The mentoring event will kick-off with registration and networking from 5:30 – 6 p.m. at Rowan College at Burlington County’s Student Success Center Cafeteria on the Mount Laurel Campus. From there, mentors will be formally introduced followed by a “speed-dating” format of participants moving from table to table to have one-on-one discussions with several of the mentors. The event will conclude with a second networking session, where participants and mentors will have the opportunity to exchange business cards

The event will bring established professional women from a variety of industries together with women looking to build their professional networks. To attend as a “mentee” there is no age restriction, however, women ranging from juniors in high school to two years post-grad are encouraged to attend.

All participants should bring plenty of business cards to foster on-going connections among the women. Women without business cards can request that the County provide them through the online registration form free of charge.

Outstanding Women of Burlington County Awards

Nomination forms are distributed and available from the committee and will be available online. The Council holds an awards reception in May, at which time the award recipients and student scholarship recipients are honored by the Council and Freeholders as well as family, friends and co-workers. The awards reception is open to the public.

Each year the Council presents awards to women who live or work in Burlington County, for accomplishments in several areas. View the 2018 winners here.

The awards are intended to honor women who have made a difference within the Burlington County community for significant contributions in their chosen field, as well as those who demonstrated their support for women. These women have acted as mentors, role models, or advocates for other women.

Examples include volunteerism in:

  • Business
  • Education
  • Entrepreneur
  • Government
  • Health services


  • Law
  • Medical
  • Public service
  • Social services
  • Mentoring