Mentors - Successfully mentoring a student
Executives share their experiences as mentors and offer advice on what it takes to build a successful relationship with your mentee.
Students - Building a Successful Relationship with your mentor
Graduates describe how to get the best out of their relationship with their assigned mentor
- Mentors have become a critical and, in some cases, formalized part of the development of a young professional’s career.
- Career Ingrained Learning embraces this effective method of personal development by providing an experienced professional in the particular field being studied for each student.
- This mentor serves not only as a resource for the student throughout the school year, but also as a mechanism through which the student can practice and develop the interactive skill set necessary for success in the 21st century.
- The mentor both helps and provides feedback the student, following a structure of topics and discussion items prescribed by the Career Ingrained Learning curriculum that are covered at bi-weekly meetings and which he or she uses as a framework to develop a relationship with the student, and help them grow in their professional development.
- The mentor relationship proves to be an enriching experience for both mentor and mentee and a powerful source of personal development and self-confidence for each student.