Mentors inspire, encourage, and support you, and contribute to your professional and personal development. You can expect to strengthen and build your network, and gain the skills and confidence necessary to excel.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I choose a Mentor? Once you complete your user profile, Chronus uses a MatchIQ technology paired with specific criteria from the matching algorithm which pulls from data in the mentee and mentor profiles to provide a recommended match. The administrator assigns the connection between the mentee and mentor.
- How long will the mentors be available? We ask our mentors to make commitments of at least 3 months to one year in order to ensure that the mentee is able to fully benefit from the relationship. If a mentor must leave the relationship early, we request at least one month's notice in order to search for a replacement mentor with similar background.
- Relationship is not going well or I am concerned about membership, what to do? We encourage letting the mentor know about the situation and contact Alejandro Chacon, Assistant Director of Experiential Learning Mentoring, Immediately. We will provide our full support to resolve the situation in a positive and satisfactory manner.
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- TAKE A PROACTIVE ROLE IN SHAPING THE RELATIONSHIP
- Understand what you want from the mentoring relationship and communicate your goals and aspirations to your mentor. Balance personal and professional relationship with your mentor.
- Set aside time for the mentoring process and keep all scheduled appointments with your mentor and display professional behavior.
- PUT THE TIME WITH MENTOR TO THE BEST USE. Come to meetings with mentor prepared with planned topics.
- Respond in a timely manner to your mentor's feedback. Respond to emails from your mentor at most two days after receipt.
- Be open and honest with your mentor about your challenges and weaknesses.
- If something concerning the mentor needs to be discussed with others, it should first be discussed within the mentoring relationship.
- Ask for advice on everything. Have a purpose in each request.
- Blame the mentor if his or her advice doesn't work out.
- Expect the mentor to know all the answers.
- Commit yourself to obligations you cannot keep.
- Cancel meetings/visits with your mentor at the last minute.
- Expect a job or access to your mentors network.