Mentorship

mentor |ˈmenˌtôr, -tər|
noun
1 an experienced and trusted adviser: he was her friend and mentor until his death in 1915.
2 an experienced person in a company, college, or school who trains and counsels new employees or students.

Every successful person has a mentor. For some it is a neighbor, a teacher or an elder in their community or field of service. A mentor inspires us to be all that we are and encourages us to take risks while sharing wisdom along the way.

The Leadership Center provides each intern with a mentor to encourage and inspire their growth as leaders. The mentor’s role is to invest in the student throughout their internship. The mentor helps train and equip the intern while being a sounding board for problem solving.

If you are interested in being an intern who receives a mentor, contact us via our connect page.