Announcing the new CUL Mentoring Program!
Would you like to get to know a new library staff member in an informal one-on-one setting?
Do you want a fresh perspective on your career path? Feel like you have knowledge and experience to share?
If so, consider the CUL Mentoring Program!
Find out more at an informal, no-commitment information session:
January 13, 2011
2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Mann Library, room 160
The program is designed to foster the professional growth of anyone who wants to form a relationship and discuss work experiences with another library staff member. The program sets up one-on-one personalized interactions between mentors and mentees, with support and help from the Mentoring Committee. Every member of the CUL community is eligible — and encouraged — to participate, and anyone can be a mentor or a mentee.
We know how valuable your time is, which is why the Mentoring Program can be tailored specifically for you. Each pair can communicate via e-mail, telephone or Skype, or meet in person for coffee or tea.
This year’s program will run from February through June. In early February, we’ll begin with an introductory orientation and training session to help mentors and mentees get the most out of their relationship.
For more information about the program see the application/brochure, and anyone with questions can e-mail the Mentoring Committee at email@example.com.
Applications are due January 20, 2011. They can be filled out and e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or sent through interoffice mail to Library Human Resources, 235 Olin Library. All CUL staff will receive a hard copy in their mailboxes after winter break
Thanks very much, and we hope to see you in January!
Your CUL Mentoring Committee:
Linda Bryan, ex-oficio
Peter DelaCuadra, co-chair
Ana Guimaraes, co-chair