NEOISF Mentor-Match -- Mentors
The NEOISF Mentor-Match is a double-blind matchmaking program offered by the NEOISF board. Its purpose is to help the community grow by assisting mentors and proteges build positive relationships.
This version of the questionnaire is for Mentors.
What do you do in your current position? This information will be used to match your on-the-job expertise with a protege seeking mentoring in those areas. Please be specific.
What skills do you have which might be of particular interest to a protege? This information will be used to match your on-the-job expertise with a protege seeking mentoring in those areas. Please be specific.
Your Career Level
Senior-Level (no management)
Your Protege's Career Level
What career level should your preferred protege be? Please check ALL that apply.
Senior-level (no management)
What forms of mentoring are you willing to participate under?
Coffee & Meatspace Chat
What would be a reasonable amount of time each week or month for you to devote to mentoring activities (including internship/apprenticeship, if applicable)? Please check ALL that apply.
1-2 hours a month
1-2 hours a week
3-5 hours per week
5-10 hours per week
10-20 hours per week
20-40 hours per week
More than 40 hours per week
This will be used to ensure that your protege is within a workable radius for in-person meetings. Please list a ZIP code (home, work, in-between, or otherwise). If you would like to choose a nearby ZIP: Downtown Cleveland is 44114. Independence is 44131. Downtown Akron is 44308. North Canton is 44720.
This will be used to ensure that your protege is within a workable radius. Please choose the longest distance (in miles) you would be willing to travel to meet with your protege. If you are offering an internship/apprenticeship, only, please select "0."
more than 50 miles
Do you agree to the mentor / protege expectations?
Under the NEOISF Mentor-Match program, mentors will assist proteges in fields of focus and impart career advice. Mentors will be expected to help proteges by providing guidance and insight. Proteges are expected to take advice and initiative, respecting the valuable time mentors have given to the relationships. Proteges will respect the relationship and understand that mentors may expect certain independent projects/tasks, designed to help the protege grow, completed before additional guidance is provided. These projects and tasks may include but are not limited to, opensource coding, writing of blog posts, public speaking, attendance in industry meetings, and in time becoming a mentor to others. At any point either party may end the mentor/protege relationship. Mentors are expected to keep in touch and assist proteges but are not expected to "hold a protege's hand" during projects. Disclosure of a protege's progress may be communicated to the NEOISF board if a new mentor-ship is needing established.
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