Be a Mentor at NEST Flight 2021!
To continue to expand our reach and propel youth into their career journeys we will be hosting a youth workforce development conference from March 1st to March 4th, 2021 in the evenings, inviting both current Digital NEST members and high school and college students from local educational institutions. The goals of the NEST Flight conference are to provide inspiration, education and professional connections that will help the attendees jump start their career journeys.

One of the most popular parts of our conference has always been the micro-mentoring sessions! These sessions will require you to meet with four to five youth and facilitate a conversation around your career journey, to share your advice with them, and to answer any questions they might have. It is optional to share your contact information with the attendees you speak with (LinkedIn profile preferred) if you'd like to stay connected with them after the event, be available to address follow up questions they may have or if you'd like to be an informal resource for them as they start their career journey.

Volunteer micro-mentors will commit to participate virtually for a mentor training a week prior to NEST Flight (date TBD), and for one or both of the following micro-mentoring dates and times:
Tuesday, March 2nd 4:00pm to 5:00pm (PST)
Wednesday, March 3rd 4:00pm to 5:00pm (PST)

**This year micro-mentoring will take place virtually**

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Were you a mentor in previous NEST Flight conferences?
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What motivated you to become a mentor for NEST Flight 2021?
You are welcome to join everyday of the conference, but please select the dates you'd be available to be a mentor: *
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