The Mentorship Program helps NACE members share knowledge and ideas, and aids less experienced members in gaining expertise and building a professional network. Mentors are paired with mentees by association (college or employer), interests, and geographic region. Mentor and mentee determine the length of the formal relationship. The Mentor Program is open to NACE members only.
Go to MyNACE and apply through the Mentor Program by completing the Mentor/Mentee Information section. Choose to be a mentor or mentee and indicate the type association you prefer and your interests. Matches will be made on a bi-monthly basis.
Mentors should have:
Mentee should be:
Read the "NACE Mentoring Guide for Professionals"
Read “Being a Successful Mentee: A Guide for Career Services and URR Professionals"
Read more about mentor/mentee roles, responsibilities, and expectations.
Get more tips for mentors and mentees from The World Bank Group.
Contact Cecelia Nader at 610.625.1010.