Won’t you please answer the call?
The NCBC Mentorship program is seeking both mentors and mentees.
Mentors have the opportunity to share their experience to help guide and advise other Bankruptcy Court employees who may be new to the Judiciary or who may have recently accepted a new position with their court.
Mentees can benefit from the knowledge shared by a veteran employee who can assist by conveying information or exposing a fresh way of approaching a challenge.
Do you need to be a supervisor or manager to be a mentor? No. Of course, we encourage supervisors, managers and CUEs to be mentors but in the past many of the mentors have been operational or administrative support employees.
We will soon be matching up the mentors and mentees and you don’t want to miss out. Submit your applications today for the NCBC mentorship program. http://www.ncbcweb.com/mentor-program . If you have questions about the NCBC mentorship program, contact email@example.com.