PMI North Carolina Chapter

Mentorship Information

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”
  • While participating in this program, you will be enrolled as an NCPMI volunteer entitled to all the standard volunteer benefits

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
  • For additional information please contact the Lead Mentor Coordinator
  • Applications are currently closed and will reopen mid-July 2020.

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 goal
  • For additional information please contact the Lead Mentee Coordinator
  • Applications are currently closed and will reopen mid-July 2020.

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

Mentoring program schedule

  • Next program will kick-off in late September 2020. 
  • Applications will be open from mid-July through early September
  • Program duration will vary depending on the needs of the mentee.  Formal program involvement can be anywhere from 3 – 12 months.
  • 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.

Questions or Additional Information

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