ARLIS/NA New England Mentoring Program
By filling out this form you are applying for the NE Chapter's Mentoring Program. This Program is open to all NE members and it is done on an informal basis. Once matched, a Mentor and a Mentee can be in contact for an entire year, or less; length of time, and frequency of contact is up to those involved. Regardless of experience, all of us can benefit from a Mentor. The Mentorship Committee will contact you about next steps.
your geographic location
social media (facebook, twitter, instagram, etc)
Institutional affiliation (indicate here if you are a student, retired, self-employed, unemployed)
I am interested in being a .....
How far along are you in your career?
less than 1 year
1-4 years experience
5-10 years experience
11-15 years experience
Over 15 years experience
(Mentees) What areas are you interested in discussing and developing with a mentor? (Mentors)What areas would you be willing to discuss with a mentee?
Art & Design School Libraries
Management (budgets, supervision, etc)
Research & Instruction
Professional Development (ARLIS/NA)
Professional Development (non-ARLIS/NA)
(Mentees) What are you hoping to get out of a mentoring relationship? Do you have any particular goals in mind, or topics you are eager to discuss beyond those listed above?
(Mentees) Is there a particular mentoring model you're interested in trying or think would work well with your goals?
One on one - traditional pairing of one less experienced mentee to one more experienced mentor
Peer to peer mentoring - interaction of people at about the same place in their careers
Group mentoring-one or more mentors work with several protégés at one time
Situational or flash mentoring - brief, one-time exchanges
Reverse mentoring- less experienced person shares skills or knowlege with a more experienced person
I'm open to any mentoring model
(Mentors) Have you provided mentorship before, either in a formal or informal setting? If so, please briefly describe the experience. What qualities do you believe make you a good mentor?”
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