- Interested in being a mentor in the UBC Forestry Tri-Mentoring program but can’t attend in-person because you don’t live and work in the Lower Mainland?
- Curious about the potential of eMentorship?
- Open to using electronic communication platforms to connect with mentees?
Since 2014, we have been fortunate to have several mentors who live and work outside of the Lower Mainland participate in our program. These mentors connect with their student mentees through a variety of means (phone calls, email, Skype, Google Chat, etc.), and add even more diversity to our program by allowing mentees to connect with professionals working outside of Vancouver.
I am interested, what do I do?
Complete and submit eMentoring Application before deadline September 20th, 2017 (noon)
- Agree and abide by the Code of Conduct and the Mentoring Agreement
- Assist mentees in developing personal goals and checking-in regarding progress
- Communicate with your mentee at least three times over the academic year: through email, phone, Skype, etc.
- Provide feedback and suggestions to program manager
- Complete an online exit survey