Mentorship Program

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Mission

 

The Mentoring Committee and its members seek to provide professional guidance and support to AACUC Members. The Committee Members will provide one-on-one career support for those AACUC Members accepted into the Program.

 

Basic Guidelines for Mentors and Mentees

 

The Mentoring Program provides all AACUC Members an opportunity to develop a professional relationship with an experienced credit union professional. We appreciate that each mentor/mentee relationship will develop differently depending on many factors.

Program overview and guidelines

 

  • Nine month program

  • At least one meeting every three weeks

  • Virtual sessions – mentor and mentee determine format

  • Quarterly Mentor and Mentee Group sessions

  • Quarterly Mentor and Mentee Check in sessions

  • Confidentiality

Benefits of program

 

  • Provide a reciprocal learning and networking relationship

  • Facilitate  mentees opportunity to build leadership and management skills

  • Offer the mentor an opportunity to reflect upon their own professional journey and experiences

  • Provide mentors the satisfaction of sharing their own professional wisdom with others

  • Enhance professional development and become involved with AACUC Programs and Committees

  • Mentorship can lead to the development of lifelong friendships

Program Dates:

 

  • Annually, February through October

Applications:  


Accepting applications starting November 30, 2021 for the 2022 Mentorship Program. 

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