Mentee Application: https://forms.gle/8pYD5z7uKFmhw9kW9
Mentor Application: https://forms.gle/NMfsfDoRpjNRD7QY7
Please plan to submit your application by no later than EOD Friday, June 10th
Mentees that are accepted for the program will be notified shortly after the application deadline. Applications will be sent electronically to interested mentors/mentees. Mentors will receive a mentor training/orientation session. SAIDE will host monthly mentorship luncheons with quarterly guest speakers for the mentor/mentee program and members of SAIDE. The Office of Multicultural Affairs will sponsor a networking event to launch the Mentorship Program cycle, at which time mentors and mentees can meet in an informal setting. Mentees and mentors will receive the date, time, and location of this 'Program Kick-Off Reception' via email.
Once matching is complete, pairs will be notified, and the mentoring process will begin on July 1, 2022.
Once matched, the mentor and the mentee establish mutually agreeable terms for the mentorship relationship. Mentors and mentees meet monthly in person and/or virtually according to an established schedule for one fiscal year.
Eligibility requirements for FY 22-23 program participants include:
The Tulane School of Medicine Staff Mentorship Program is a volunteer program that pairs experienced Tulane staff with newer staff who seek to develop themselves professionally. The program provides a supportive structure in which participants can cultivate contacts, explore challenges, and enhance effectiveness as they design their personal growth and career paths at Tulane. It also provides the opportunity to gather information, develop peer support, learn more about Tulane, and better understand the Tulane organizational culture and opportunities.
Mentoring is a proven approach to accelerating leadership and employee development while increasing retention, engagement, and productivity.
The mission of the Staff Mentorship Program is to assist in the personal and professional success and development of all mentees by offering support and guidance.
The primary goal of the Staff Mentorship Program will be to invest in and strengthen our staff through a commitment to the participant’s individual professional development.
The Mentorship Process will include goal-setting sessions to help mentees achieve their individual personal and professional goals.
As a result of the Staff Mentorship Programs, mentors will:
As a result of the Staff Mentorship Program, mentees will:
The Staff Mentorship Program cycle runs 12
months based on the fiscal year, July 1 - June 30. The application
period will open in June each fiscal year.