By Leslie King
Thinking that working with a mentor would help advance your career?
The free program is available to faculty and staff across the University through a formal nomination or self-nomination process; 50 individuals are chosen to participate each year.
Once selected, mentees are matched with a mentor based upon common goals and expertise and participate in a series of program activities and one-on-one monthly meetings.
“We’ve had executive leaders, directors, managers, public safety officers, IT and finance professionals, and administrative professionals who have served as mentors. Each year they give back their time and expertise to help someone else. They are the true heroes of the program,” says