Ten of your Bankruptcy Court colleagues have just completed a six month mentorship program learning from and sharing with each other on a variety of topics. These participants who partnered together report their experience was extremely beneficial and worthwhile.
Who can be a mentor?
If you have been working with the judiciary for awhile, you might consider applying to be a mentor. Your work experience could be very valuable to share with someone who is just beginning their career. Or perhaps you attained knowledge, skills and abilities from a previous vocation that you can now pass along. The NCBC Mentorship program is always looking for mentor candi-dates and this might be the perfect opportunity for you to give back to the bankruptcy community. Previous men-tors have come from all types of positions from within the courts so don’t hesitate to share your gifts by applying TODAY.
Who can be a mentee?
If you have recently been hired with the courts, or you have recently been promoted into a new position with the courts, you may want to consider applying to be a mentee. Some previous mentees were looking for advice on how to better position themselves for a promotion. Some other mentees were looking to stretch their comfort zone while others were looking for suggestions on how to best tackle an upcoming project. Those who participated in the last group of mentees report they not only received constructive and useful mentoring but they also report success in securing promotions, managing projects and expanding their confidence and expectations for future opportunities. Please consider applying to the NCBC Mentorship program. We are currently looking for candidates to participate! Why don’t you consider applying today?
Check out the Mentorship Program information on the NCBC website. Apply today. Or stop by our informational booth at the NCBC Conference in Atlanta to get more in-formation. We’d be glad to talk with you and you might even be lucky enough to pick up a pack of m&m’s in the process.
For more details see http://www.ncbcweb.com/mentorship-program-overview