The NCBC Mentorship Program is a wonderful opportunity to plug in to a vital and worthwhile group. By volunteering to serve as a mentor, you have the ability to give back to your Judiciary co-workers in a meaningful and significant way by sharing institutional knowledge you have gained during your career.
We are always looking for good people to serve as NCBC Mentors. Sign up today to serve as a Mentor.
Whether you are new to the Judiciary, recently acquired new duties, or have taken a new position, you might want to consider applying to be a Mentee. There is much to learn from others who are willing to share their expertise and knowledge with you. Sign up today to join the Mentorship Program. See our page on the NCBC website.
If you are going to be attending the NCBC annual conference in August, stop by the Mentorship table during InfoShare. We’d love to provide you with more information on the NCBC Mentorship Program. All previous participants in the Mentorship Program should stop by our InfoShare table and help us recruit new Mentors and Mentees.