The 2017 Mentoring Program is now open for applications in March, June and September! Space is limited in each session so interested mentees should sign up now if you are interested in participating.

There are now three mentoring sessions that you can join: March, June and September.
Don’t miss an unbeatable opportunity to grow your business!

The NAWBO-OC mentoring program is in its 16th year of helping women business owners achieve excellent results in their businesses and in their lives. Over the past 10 years more than 500 women have experienced the power and enjoyment of receiving personal support from qualified executives and coaches to achieve breakthroughs, strengthen business acumen and gain confidence in their leadership skills.

Mentees meet with their mentors every month for 2-3 hours over a 9-month period. In addition, participants will receive workshop admissions and other training as part of NAWBO-OC’s goal to helping you strengthen your business. This is phenomenal value for the administrative cost of the program of $500. We are currently taking applications. Join the other women who have seen great benefits from the program and apply now: Mentee Application or if you want to be a Mentor, click here for more information for more information.

If you are a NAWBO-OC member looking for a cutting edge, a NAWBO mentor may be right for you. The program’s success is built on a unique system for matching mentors and mentees. As a NAWBO mentee, you can be confident that you and your mentor will share commonalities beyond membership. If you have any questions please contact the NAWBO-OC Administration office at 714-630-2983 or email

If you are a successful woman business owner, coach or executive looking to give back to the community, share your expertise with a fellow woman in business and strengthen our local economy all at the same time – being a mentor is a great choice for you. NAWBO-OC mentors are carefully selected and matched with appropriate mentees to ensure mutual satisfaction. If you are interested in applying or have questions, contact program Associate Director Cynthia Flynn at