SWPA Mentoring Program - Call for Mentors
We are excited to kick off the ASPA Section on Women in Public Administration (SWPA)’s Mentoring Program. The Mentorship Program through SWPA offers a mentor the opportunity to advise a student / young professional, member of SWPA. Mentors will help their mentees productively engage with ASPA and SWPA, the public administration profession, and in their careers. Mentoring will include guidance for students and young professionals in networking and making the most of their SWPA membership at the ASPA conference as well as pursuing their academic and professional goals during the length of the program and potentially beyond. Should you be willing to serve as a mentor to one of our scholarship recipients, to be able to identify the best match, it would be helpful to us if you could take a few minutes to address the questions below by September 30th.
Please see the attached guidelines for more information.
Short Biographical Description (100-200 words)
Field of Expertise
If you selected "Non-Academic Career" for "Field of Expertise", please specify below:
Area of Expertise (check all that apply)
Non-profit/ Non-profit Management
Public Administration Theory
Public Administration Education
Behavioral Public Administration
Finance & Budgeting
What kind of mentoring will you be willing to provide, based on your area of expertise (check all that apply)
Job Market Document Review
Information on peer-reviewing
Information/guidelines on how to respond to reviewers in a journal submission
Finding the right job
Mentorship Program (Time Commitment)
Available to meet the mentee for one-hour call, twice in Fall semester
Available to meet the mentee for one-hour call, once in Fall semester
Will you be willing to mentor more than one mentee if required?
If Yes, how many mentees will you be willing to mentor?
Thank you for your time! If you have any questions/concerns, please let us know below:
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