2022 LPC Peer Mentorship Program
The LPC Professional Development Committee is excited to invite you to participate in the LPC Peer Mentorship Program. The goals for this program are twofold: to orient people to the LPC, encouraging them to build relationships and get involved; and to facilitate professional mentorship around library publishing.

Mentorship is a mutually respectful relationship where both participants have something to contribute. Peer participants will be matched based on their complementary goals, experience, and/or expertise. We hope to encourage collaboration between and growth of both participants.

The Peer Mentorship Program will formally run from February 2022 - December 2022, with mid-year and end-of-year check-ins where we will receive feedback from all participants. The program is open to all LPC member institutions, and welcomes both newcomers and those who have participated previously.

To participate in the Peer Mentorship Program, please fill out the form below by January 7, 2022. Share as much as you like - more details may help us make a more meaningful match! NOTE: THE DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO JANUARY 21, 2022!

The LPC Professional Development Committee is committed to the success of the Program and its participants. If you have any questions, please email Mary Beth Weber (mbfecko@libraries.rutgers.edu), Liz Hamilton (emhamilton@northwestern.edu), or Chelsea Johnston (cjohnston@ufl.edu).
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Name (first and last) *
Title and Institution *
Email *
How many years have you been working in library publishing? *
What is your professional background and/or areas of expertise? *
What areas would you like to learn more about, or grow in? *
What are you looking for in a mentor? What are you hoping to gain from your mentoring relationship?  (Note that we’ll do our best to pair appropriately, but pairings will depend on the pool of applicants we receive.) *
Do you have any comments or questions for the Professional Development Committee?
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