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MEDA Mentorship Connection - Mentors

There are emerging leaders that are eager to learn from you!

Help build a future leader so they can gain the knowledge and insight that is needed for success in the field.

Ideas for Connecting With a Mentee

Being a mentor does not have to take up a large amount of your time.

Here are some ideas:

  • Allow them to job shadow with you for a day
  • Connect on LinkedIn and chat
  • Meet for lunch
  • Schedule a phone call

What to Know First

  • The program must facilitate a mutually fulfilling relationship between the mentees and the mentors wherein both parties serve as beneficiary and contributor.
  • Act as an advocate for promoting and recruiting other professionals.
  • There must be direct interaction with mentees. Sitting behind a desk processing paperwork is not an acceptable Mentorship Connection program activity.

How to Become a Mentor

Email MEDA at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to express your interest in being a mentor. We will contact you when there are candidates in your area and provide their resume. You can accept or decline the mentee at that time. Declines will be confidential.

After the Connection

MEDA will reach out to you about a month after the initial connection is made. We may ask you to complete a short survey or write a paragraph about your experience.

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