Recently there were 3 mentor/mentee pairings connected through the Mentorship Committee. Serving as a mentor brings many challenges and rewards. Mentoring can offer life and career benefits to both parties.
With the launch of the LEAD Academy, there is an even higher demand for mentors and such an exciting time to share your expertise with other court staff! Currently the Mentorship Committee is seeking additional mentor participants to help with the Mentor Connect component of the LEAD Academy. We are estimating the need for approximately 20 additional mentors to support the LEAD Academy pilot by May 13.
Being paired with a mentor through NCBC is a perfect avenue for motivated employees to gain additional knowledge in a particular area of interest, to build skills and to position themselves to take on more responsibility. Mentee applications are always welcome.
If you’d like to apply or for more information, refer to the NCBC website by clicking here. Or contact the NCBC Mentorship Committee Chair, Carolyn Baker, via email.