The Young Government Leaders of Albuquerque Mentorship Program empowers professionals and leaders who want to make the most of their career. It is well known that mentorships are helpful for both Mentors and Protégés at all stages of their careers. The program establishes mentoring partnerships and provides guidelines to make the most out of the experience.
There are many different types of mentorship programs. This program is designed to build partnerships across different organizations in the Albuquerque area and is focused on leadership & management. It is centered on the Executive Core Qualifications provided by the Office of Personnel Management (http://www.opm.gov). Information on the Executive Core Qualifications is available here.
This website will be used to share the latest news along with hot topics you might discuss within your partnership once established. The program is in the initial stages and as more content is developed it will be shared here so please check in regularly.
To get involved with the program please submit either the Protégé or Mentor Enrollment form. To submit a form, first click on the appropriate link below to save the file. Save your inputs to each of the fields using Microsoft Word and then attach the completed file to an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once received the program coordinators will carefully review your responses and suggest Mentors for Protégés as appropriate. Protégés will be provided a list of potential Mentors who closely match their interests. We encourage Protégés to reach out to those Mentors.
Some of us are new to formal mentorships and those that have been involved with this activity for a long time know there is always more to learn. We put some tips together to promote learning and getting the most out of mentorships. This guidance is available for both Mentor and Protégé roles.
If you have any questions or comments on the Mentorship Program please send them to email@example.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
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