Mentorship Information

What is a mentor?

Professionals who are experienced and passionate about sharing their knowledge and resources. A trusted advisor

Benefits of a mentor

  • Share your professional experiences and insights
  • Expand your own professional network
  • Receive recognition and appreciation from your mentee
  • Refine interpersonal and leadership skills
  • Discover fresh perspectives from your mentee
  • Shape and influence future talent
  • Solidify your own understanding of your industry by teaching your mentee; as the old saying goes, “You don’t really understand a subject until you try to teach it”

How do I become a mentor?

  • Skill sets for a mentor – Industry knowledge, Project Management , Career Development
  • Accomplished Project Managers with a proven record of successful high risk projects
  • Visit ncpmi.org and look for the mentorship tab
  • Contact Director of mentorship at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

What is a mentee?

Mentees are looking for guidance as they navigate their career, consider a career change, or explore options.

Mentees are passionate about growing professionally, learning new skills, navigating their career path, and expanding their professional networks to give them a competitive advantage in the workplace.

Benefits of a mentee

  • Gain invaluable insights from a seasoned industry professional
  • Accelerate your professional development and growth
  • Expand your personal and professional network
  • Cultivate interpersonal, communication, and leadership skills
  • Receive assistance as you transition into the workforce or a new career path
  • Discover different perspectives of doing, thinking and being from your mentor
  • Receive constructive feedback about personal and/or professional development issues you are facing
  • Gain to resources and tools to solve workplace issues/conflicts
  • Achieve critical goals that you set

How do I become a mentee?

  • Shows the zeal to learn with defined career goals
  • Visit ncpmi.org and look for the mentorship tab
  • Contact Director of mentorship at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Expectations and Best Practices of a mentor /mentee

  • Set expectations and articulate clear SMART goals upfront when mentors, mentees matched
  • Mutually beneficial when a rapport is built
  • Commit to confidentiality and honesty
  • Mentees drive the relationship by reaching out to the mentor, scheduling mentor sessions
  • Mentors are motivators, guides and advisors to the mentees
  • Share feedback and ideas about the program directly to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Mentoring program schedule (9 Month Duration)

Meetings usually occur face to face, or telephone or Skype conference calls as agreed upon

The meetings shall be held typically for 2 to 4 hrs per month as mutually agreed by both parties.

An introduction and a close out meet up would be scheduled prior and post the mentoring duration

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