CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY OFFICE OF ALUMNI RELATIONS
Alumni Relations Comprehensive Mentoring Program
The Office of Alumni Relations is thrilled to partner with the Alumni Association, the Office of Career Services, and the Center for Leadership and Community Engagement to launch the CWU Alumni Relations Comprehensive Mentoring Program for students, recent graduates and peer alumni starting July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015. In today's environment of changing technology and a tumultuous job market, a good mentor can help to facilitate the growth and ability of mentees to grasp career success and meet their long term goals. Success often comes from the support and encouragement of a mentor.
The CWU Alumni Relations Comprehensive Mentoring Program runs for one academic year. In the first year our pilot program is open to 50 students, recent graduates and peer alumni.
The alumni office is looking forward to engaging our community of more than 80,000 alumni to provide mentoring support to students, recent graduates and fellow alumni across the nation. In this first year, the program will serve as a pilot – informing us of the many ways we can tweak and make improvements. We would like the program fully launched July 2015.
Possible activities for mentor/mentee pairs:
Office of Alumni Relations is your resource:
We realize that mentors may not always know the answers to their mentee’s questions. Please feel free to call the alumni office at 509-963-2752509-963-2752 or email us your questions to email@example.com.
Central Washington University’s web page is also a wonderful resource for programming offered to students, alumni programming and services offered to students.
A mentor is also important in those times when our goals and objectives are not clear. A mentor can coach a mentee to greater awareness. The mentor can help a mentee achieve increased clarity of purpose and help us focus on the tasks we need to accomplish. A mentor can also assist in the development of personal strengths and achieve a sense of wellbeing, which often translates to success. If nothing else, a mentor can certainly share their road map to success.
In a nutshell, a mentor is important for the following reasons:
Mentors are expected to:
We have initiated the following expectation to serve as the minimum level of participation for both mentors and mentees:
Mentees are expected to:
Tips on connecting and communicating with success:
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