Do you ever feel like you're the only one on your campus that advocates for parents? Do your colleagues know what really goes into planning Family Weekend? As a parent and family professional, you have a strong network of supportive colleagues that definitely understand your successes and challenges. If you would like to connect with a professional throughout the year in a meaningful way, the AHEPPP mentoring program is for YOU!
In cooperation with our strategic planning goals, we are looking for both new and seasoned professionals to serve as mentors, mentees or both! Applications are due Friday, December 1, 2017.
This mentorship program is a one-year commitment, beginning in January 2018, and will coincide with the calendar year. Take advantage of this opportunity in the manner that best meets your needs.
As a mentor you...Make monthly contact with your mentee. This can be in the form of phone calls, email, or other outreachShare articles, books, and other publications that may be of interest for your menteeShare relevant resources and conferences that may be of interest
As a mentee you...Are open to learning and exploring new ideasTake initiative to develop a professional relationship with your menteeAsk questions, engage and take ownership of your professional development In this flexible program, you will be provided monthly discussion themes to use as a starting point for your conversations or or you may discover other topics of interest to your mentor pairing. AHEPPP creates the match; you develop the relationship and structure of your work together.
If you are interested in participating in this opportunity, please fill out the application here to tell us more about yourself and your interests. Applications are due Friday, December 1, 2017. Pairings will be announced in December in time for you to make plans to connect in the new year.
If you have questions about the mentorship program, please contact Kesha Williams at email@example.com.