Mentorplus.me - Mentor+me is a business oriented social network that connects industry leader mentors with people who want personalized and actionable advice. Available through invitation.
MentorOn - A no-cost service that matches mentors with those who want a mentor based on expertise, goals, personality, interests and other factors. Areas include business mentors as well as mentors for youth.
Horsesmouth - A U.K.-based social network where visitors can search for a mentor, volunteer to be a mentor, or browse inspirational profiles and stories. No fees are required.
Aboriginal eMentoring BC - An online mentoring service that pairs Aboriginal youth (11-18) with university students from the University of British Columbia.
MentorCity - An online mentoring service that connects people to mentors. No cost, but invitations, which can be obtained by leaving an email address on the site, are needed to access the form for becoming a mentor or to find a mentor.
Mentorsme - This portal in the United Kingdom is intended to connect interested parties with organisations that provide mentor services to small businesses and those interested in starting a business. The service is operated by the Business Finance Taskforce which has been created by the British Bankers' Association.
MentorMatchMe - A United Kingdom-based service that provides mentors for resolving career, personal or business challenges. The service is a combination of fee-based and free, whereby the person wanting a mentor receives the first three hours free, but pays for the cost of the matching, and negotiates a fee for any additional hours after the first three.
mentorguide - A U.K.-based service that provides directories of information on local business mentors offering in-person, online or telephone mentoring.
Merryck & Company - A fee-based mentoring service in the USA, Australia, and the United Kingdom that matches former CEOs and business unit heads with sitting executives and provides a confidential resource for strategic, operational, cultural and personal issues.
New Teacher Center - A national, non-profit in the USA that provides mentors for new and novice teachers to improve student learning, increase teacher retention, and strengthen professional development. They provide mentors across the USA and now support 6,300 for more than 26,000 teachers annually.
American Corporate Partners - Provides no-cost mentoring to recently returned military veterans. Spouses of veterans wounded or killed in action are also eligible to have a mentor. Application forms are available online.
Mentor.im was created by the Austin Center for Design to help people find a mentor or become a mentor in the design field. Complete a profile to aid or start a career in design and the Center will find a one-on-one match.
FounderFuel - provides mentors for persons involved in starting a company, refining ideas, or building products. Mentors are typically influential industry veterans, including successful entrepreneurs, accomplished executives as well as experienced venture capitalists and angels.
TerrificMentors International - a fee-based service that provides corporate or personal mentors. Specific fees are not discussed on the website and users may initially not even find information that indicates a fee will be charged. This is one of an increasing number of organizations providing mentors for a fee.
TiE Global - Provides business mentors for entrepreneurs wanting to start or refine their business. TiE groups are available globally. One-on-one mentoring is available from successful business owners. Their mission is to encourage and nurture the next generation of entrepreneurs through mentoring, networking, and education.
Founder Institute - Provides experienced mentors to help entrepreneurs ensure success in their start-up initiatives. through a series of start-up bootcamps that include three-hour, hands-on, intensive, in-person workshops in several U.S. cities and other countries.
ACETECH - Provides one-on-one, in-person mentors to CEOs of entrepreneurial initiatives whether in the start-up, rampup or speedup stage of development. All mentors are tech CEOs who have considerable experience running successful entreprenuerial enterprises. There is no fee for mentoring. Mentors are located in Vancouver, Victoria, and the Okanagan areas of British Columbia (Canada).
Extreme Startups - Provides mentors for Canadian entrepreneurs by matching them with industry-leading entrepreneurs for one-on-one meetings.
MicroMentor - a free online service that connects small business owners with business mentors. Business professionals offer entrepreneurs one-on-one advice to help build successful businesses. Entrepreneurs, particularly those with low-incomes and limited access to business resources and owners of businesses that employ five people or less are connected to volunteer mentors who have successfully navigated business ownership or management.
YourMentoring.com - An automated online service that matches profiles of mentors and partners. Many career areas are included. Submit your profile for free during their start-up period. When fee-based period begins the only charge will be to contact a mentor (money back guarantee).
ACME Animation - Professional animators act as mentors for students in high schools across the USA.
Promontreal Entrpreneurs - A mentoring service for entrepreneurs in the Montreal, Canada area who are in need of advice and support for their business operations.
Manitoba Professional Planners Institute - Provides mentors who are professional planners with student practitioners who are working with the Department of City Planning of the Province of Manitoba (Canada).
Ace Mentor Program of America - A not-for-profit organization whose mission is to provide mentors for high school students in the architecture, construction and engineering industries. Approximately 100 chapters in various locations throughout the USA. Contact: Acting Executive Director at (203) 323-8550.
CanWit eMentorship - A social network that connects women in technology with experienced mentors for career development. The website helps make the match and is suitable for both mentors and those seeking a mentor. Limited to women in Canada.
Canadian Women in Communications (CWC) - This program has been established to increase the number of women in the commuications industry to become senior leaders. Participants must be members of the CWC to be elligible.
Lean Manufacturing Network - Provides individuals and companies with mentors, training, resources, and professional networking in learning how to effectively implement change management; leadership, team-building and lean manufacturing to achieve world-class performance results. Their outreach consultants/mentors have been certified by the Lean Manufacturing Network.
GottaMentor - A career- and advice-oriented mentor matching service that recruits both mentors and partners. The focus is on short-term mentoring with an emphasis on career exploration, starting a business, and preparing for job interviews. The site provides a searchable list of the most popular advice from mentors. The service is free, but users must register and complete a profile. Located at: One Battery Park Plaza 27th Floor, New York, New York 10004; Tel: (646) 291-6735; Fax: (646) 349-3830; email: email@example.com.
ARGroup (formerly iMentorPro) - An alliance of former CEO’s, senior executives and company directors who act as mentors to others who are currently in the ‘hot seat’ as the leader, part of the leaders team / direct reports or in the line of succession within a business or a business unit.
MentorSeries.com - Top photographers act as mentors to participants in small groups while they photograph during treks in locations around the world. (Participants pay a fee for the workshop.)
Personal Learning Coaching - Qualified mentors help young people (14-21 age group) keep on target with their learning by providing them with a Personal Learning Coach (located in Great Britain).
Xe-NOR Inc - Senior business executives are available to mentor business professionals up to age 35.
Mentor Your Business/Mentor Eget Företag in Stockholm, Sweden is a nation-wide mentoring program for newly started entrepreneurs and soon to be started entrepreneurs. The program is free of charge and the mentors offer their services at no cost.
Mentorat Quebec - A non-profit organization that provides mentors for helping young people with career decisions, for lawyers, for bridging the generations, and for women in non-traditional roles. (This site is in French.).
Diamond Consulting Group - A one-on-one mentoring connection with success expert Claude Diamond that focuses on wealth-building opportunities in creative real estate/lease purchasing or sales training and coaching. Mentor coaching, coach training and opportunities to become a licensee are also available.
CompuCorps Mentoring - A Canadian charity that recruites and provides mentors to other not-for-profit groups to assist them with computer systems, technology development and technology implementation.
Score - Mostly retired small business owners provide business advice online or in-person through offices in 389 cities around the United States. Can help with marketing inventions, business expansion, capital procurement, and promotion. Tel: 1.800.634.0245.
Find a Mentor - This organization maintains a database of mentors and has a matching service. They have a free and a fee-based service and they also provide booklets on mentoring as well as a product reward system for paid members.
CanadaInfoNet - An e-mentoring service designed to assist internationally-trained professionals living in Canada with networking and other job preparation skills.
Mentor Program Listings - Many universities and organizations provide mentors for their students or community members. Check out this list to see if your university or organization is listed.
Just Plain Mentors - An organization and system that specializes in providing mentors who are associated with various show business professions.
Academy of Achievement Find Your Mentor - This interesting site doesn't actually find or match users with mentors, but it does match what visitors want to achieve, their personality, and their challenges with well-known people who have similar characteristics. The site includes profiles of achievers that are meant to act as a source of inspiration.
MentorMatch - A joint project between The Canadian National Institute for the Blind and the American Foundation for the Blind that pairs people searching for a career with a blind or visually impaired mentor currently employed in the desired field of employment. Their current database in North America includes over 1,000 mentors and the system is available to all blind and visually impaired persons.
MentorsForum.com - Provides mentors on a fee-basis for high school and university students in information technology, computer science, mathematics and core sciences. People can also sign-up to be mentors.
StudentMentor.org - Connects any university or college student with professional mentors. The pair then decide the method and how often they will meet.
Baseball Mentoring Program - Provides professional players to help younger players learn the latest techniques in hitting, pitching, and fielding as well as mental toughness and preparation for success both on and off the field.
Women's Enterprise Centre Mentoring Program - Women's Enterprise Centre is pleased to offer a new three-part mentoring program, throughout the Province of British Columbia (Canada), that includes peer mentoring groups, one-to-one mentoring and mentor advisory forums.
Women's Enterprise Centre Peer Mentoring - Women's Enterprise Centre is pleased to offer a new three-part mentoring program, throughout the Province of British Columbia (Canada), that includes peer mentoring groups, one-to-one mentoring and mentor advisory forums.
Jewish Family Services of Ottawa - Provides mentoring for internationally-trained professionals seeking to find employment in the Ottawa-Carleton (Ontario) region. Tel: (613) 722-2225.
Women's Executive Network (Canada) - This e-mentoring program matches women executives with girls aged 16-19. Girls are asked to write an essay on why they want a mentor and approximately 600 will be selected for matching with women in a variety of fields.
Her Mentor Center - A fee-based mentoring service for women for women in transition provided by women who have had similar experiences. Provides support, a safe place for expression, assessment, feeback, and other resources.
The Minerva Foundation Helping Women Work Mentor/Protege Program - This program is for women who are between 35 and 55 years old; have post secondary education, college diploma or university degree, have had professional training and/or a professional designation, have worked in the labour market for at least 5 years with a track record of employment, have proficient English language skills; have been out of the workforce and/or unable to re-enter using their original training due to gaps in childrearing/ workforce re-entry, immigration, cross-country moves, recent divorce and/or death of spouse, or other life circumstances; and have present/upcoming financial difficulties and need to earn an income within the next 6 to 12 months.
iMentor - Dedicated to improving the lives of young people from underserved communities in New York City. Students and volunteers are matched one-on-one according to their shared interests. iMentor designs projects that mentors and students work on together over email.
Mentoring ToDAY - Connects mentors from the Washington, D.C. community with youth who are returning from incarceration and helps them reintegrate with the community.
Settlement.Org - A befriending service that matches newcomers to Canada with volunteers from local communities for conversation, friendship, and community integration.
Toronto Region Immigrant Council (TRIEC) - Volunteer mentors who are professionals in Canada act as mentors to immigrants to Canada who are seeking to apply the professional skills they learned in another country before immigrating to Canada.
American Medical Women's Association (AMWA) - Members of this association have access to an extensive number of women physicians who act as mentors to support, challenge and help shape the mentoring partner's future career.
Physician Mentoring - A service of the American Medical Association Young Physicians Section that is a publication that provides details about finding mentors for pre-med students, residents/fellows, young physicians, faculty, and telementoring options (available to AMA members only).
Propel - Helps guide the development of formation-stage and early-stage life sciences companies in Illinois by providing entrepreneurs with access to specialized resources and expertise, including coaching and mentoring.
BioAdvance - Provides funding and mentoring to startup life sciences companies in Southeastern Pennsylvania. They invest in therapeutics, devices, diagnostics and platform technologies focused on human health.
JumpStart - Funds high-growth businesses and ideas, works with their founders to develop the businesses into venture-ready entities through providing mentors and coaches in the Northeast Ohio area.
CONNECT - Provides volunteer mentors to entrepreneurs and early stage companies in the San Diego, California area engaged in life sciences, high-tech, and consumer products companies.
Manchester Mentoring - Provides mentors to students and graduates associated with environmental studies in the Manchester (UK) area.
MentorsOnline - Provides ementors for professionals in engineering, science, pharmacy, veterinary science. Located in Australia and also known as e-mentoring for small business professionals. Users must register for this service.
Social Psychology Network Mentorship Program - Matches undergraduates interested in a career in personality or social psychology with mentors who can guide them through the process of becoming a professional psychologist.
The Wired Woman Society (Vancouver, British Columbia and Toronto, Ontario) - Working with the Women in Trades and Technology National Network, the WWS hopes to build a comprehensive on-line career resource centre with a substantial mentoring component. They plan to to have volunteer women who will act as virtual mentors and answer questions from other women about their jobs. Tel: (604) 605-8825.
Canadian Women in Communications - With chapters throughout Canada this organization provides one-to-one mentors as well as mentoring groups for women in the communications industry. Mentoring is informal and focuses on coaching, advice and development of leadership.
Trapezia - Offers business financing and mentoring to companies headed by women.
e-Mentoring Program for Kids - Provides opportunities for young people aged 9-14 to connect with responsible business people from a wide variety of careers.
Webgrrls International - Webgrrl volunteers provide mentoring programs and learning opportunities for women and young girls in locations around North America. Check to find your local chapter contact.
EducatingJane.com - Provides information and resources to help girls of all ages learn about mentoring and how to go about finding a mentor.
Small Business Administration (US only) - Provides a database for mentors and partners as well as Intermediaries (resources that can assist in making connections). The focus is mostly connecting businesses run by socially and economically disadvantaged owners with mentors in order to increase business success. Also provides information on finding a mentor.
MentorshipOnline - Provides professionals with mentors in business to help solve challenging issues faced while on the job. This is a fee-based online conferencing service and includes assessments and interviews and free materials, forums, articles and business analysis tools.
VolunteerMatch - A nonprofit service to locate volunteers and potential mentors from all walks of life.
Forum of Women Entrepreneurs - Provides women entrepreneurs an opportunity to find or become mentors. Focus is in Vancouver, British Columbia and was launched in 2004. They matche women entrepreneurs of high growth businesses with volunteer men and women mentors. Matches typically occur each September. Women who join this group have established businesses that have been in operation for at least one year, are focusing all their energy and attention on this business, are seeking improvement and growth for their enterprise, and know specifically what they would like to learn from a mentor. A small fee is required that provides for a "meet and greet," an orientation session for working successfully with a mentor, a "thank-the-mentor" event, and an educational, topic focused workshop. Participants are required to email monthly progress reports to the Mentoring Coordinator, and meet with their mentors at least once a month. Additional contact information: The Forum for Women Entrepreneurs Tel: (604) 682-8115; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Female Entrepreneurs Mentoring Programme - A variety of European countries have created a Mentor Network to support women in small businesses throughout Europe. The site provides an opportunity to be a mentor or find a mentor.
W.I.N.G.S. & H.E.R.O.S. (Mentors in Motion) - This organization brings caring women with business and life skills together with those reaching out to achieve these talents. No membership fees. Meetings are organized by chapters and are primarily in Ontario, Canada. E-mail: email@example.com or by telephone: (705) 424-4213.
The Diversity Connection - Provides minority leadership candidates and health care organizations an interactive Web site with a searchable resume database. to help individuals find mentors in a variety of healthcare settings.
National Mentoring Partnership - They provide a find-a-mentor service that includes many tips and ideas and a worksheet to identify goals. Just type in your zip code and all the mentoring organizations and their contact details will be displayed.
CharityVillage - A site listing non-profit agencies across Canada that may be able to find a volunteer mentor for you.
America's Promise - Part of a national campaign in the US to connect youth and mentors.
Mentors, Inc. - A Washington, DC organization that pairs students in the DC school district with trained, adult mentors.
National Mentoring Partnership (US only) - This is the best service in the USA to find a mentor for youth. The site provides contact details of organizations that match adult, responsible and screened mentors for youth. Go to the "Be a Mentor" section and type in your zip code and all organizations along with contact information for any location in the U.S. will be displayed.
Kids Help Phone - Not exactly a mentoring service, but a 24-hour, bilingual phone counselling service for children and youth.
Points of Light- A good way to find local resources in communities around the US; their mentoring service is in the start-up phase as of 2012..
Advisor.com - Primarily provides written advice articles for persons in many different areas..
Volunteer Grandparents Society of Canada - A volunteer organization with more than 26 years of experience matching mature and senior adults with families whose children have no grandparents living nearby. Tel: (604) 736-8271.
MentorNet - A service, typically for university level persons to connect women interested in science, technology and engineering to mentors.
Prime Stage - A professional theatre organization that provides one to one mentors for writers, designers, graphic artists, and technical personnel.
i-Mentor - Finds mentors for artists and designers.
WriteGirl - An organization that matches professional women writers (novelists, screenwriters, poets, and others) to teen girls in the Los Angeles area.
Getamentor.com - An organization that provides on-the-job, one-on-one, apprentice and mentor-based training for careers in radio and TV broadcasting, the recording, and film and video production.
The Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative - Pairs young artists in dance, literature, film, music, visual arts and theatre with luminaries in their field for a year of mentoring. Pinchas Zukerman (violinist), Stephen Frears (filmmaker), Jessye Norman (opera singer), John Baldessari (artist), Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker (choreographer), Tahar Ben Jellouin (writer), and Julie Taymor (film director) are just a few of the talented mentors involved in this program. Rolex pays each mentor US$50,000 over the course of the year and pays each partner $US25,000 plus expenses.
Barbara Florio Graham - The creator of the mentoring program for the Professional Writers of Canada also provides mentoring for aspiring writers (fee-based).
P.H.E.N.O.M. Public Health Expertise Network of Mentors - Mentors are public health practitioners with a degree in Public Health, and have volunteered to provide career and school advice to anyone interested in the field of Public Health.
Service Leader.org - Provides virtual volunteering resources that yield a listing of email mentoring and tutoring resources and connections that can be used for either becoming a mentor, or finding a mentor or tutor that uses email as the primary means of contact.
Peer Resources Mentor Programs Database - A list of mentoring programs in schools, colleges, universities and many other educational, business, and public organizations that provide mentors or mentoring services for their clients, students, faculty, employees, executives or participants.
Tips for Locating a Mentor
There are a number of ways you can locate a mentor on your own. You may prefer to develop an in-person relationship or you may be quite happy with a relationship by telephone, mail, or e-mail. You might also discover that you do not need an actual person to act as your mentor. As unusual as this might seem, mentoring can often come from something you read or something you experience that can have profound meaning. What follows is a list of some concrete ways you can place yourself in a position to locate a mentor.
Check with local businesses or organizations to determine whether they have a formal mentor program you can access
Contact businesses or organizations to find out if they can provide you the names of any retired executives who might be willing to act as volunteer mentors
Ask your local Chamber of Commerce whether they have created a mentor program or service
If you are enrolled in a college or university, make an appointment with their student career services to find out if they have a list of volunteer mentors
Enroll in a college or university extension course to gain access to faculty members who could be potential mentors
Go to your local library and scan the trade publications associated with your desired area and identify potential mentors from the biographical or topical articles
Place an ad in a local newspaper requesting a mentor in your area
Place an ad on an internet site requesting a mentor in your area
Find the organizations or businesses on the internet that reflect your interest area and contact them by e-mail to determine whether they have personnel who can act as mentors
Connect with exhibit areas of conferences and conventions associated with your field; these are often free admission events staffed by experienced persons who could be potential mentors
Use your network of friends and relatives to let them know what kind of person you want as a mentor. Ask them to keep alert to someone who could help you
Visit a retirement or senior citizen center and let them know you are looking for a mentor in a certain area
Use an internet search engine to find companies and organizations or individuals who are doing what you want to do and determine their interest in helping you
Go to the library and search out books or articles on your topic; contact their authors
Read biographies of people who have been successful in your interest area; sometimes their biography by itself can act as a mentor
Another option is to watch a video on YouTube by famed mentor Jack Canfield where he shares tips on finding a mentor.
Once you've developed a plan to locate a mentor, it's essential to develop a strategy to persuade the potential mentor that it will be worthwhile working with you. The core of any such plan is to be prepared prior to contact by reviewing and making notes about the following (adapted from Scott Allen's "Choosing a Business Mentor and Getting Them to Choose You)":
Define a list of your top goals for the mentoring relationship
Brainstorm a list of prospective mentors
Research available information about them
Select the top candidates who are aligned with your goals
Write a letter or email to the mentor prospect requesting a meeting (You do not have to divulge at this time that you are interested in a longer-term relationship with them, just that you are interested in getting their input on what you are doing)
Call to set an appointment
Prepare a short list of questions regarding their feedback on your current situation
Meet with them, and if they're willing to take time away from their office, that's best; you pick up the tab
Ask them about their history, current situation, and goals
State your goals and ask your questions and take notes
If you like their responses, you can test the waters with them regarding an ongoing relationship, such as: "I really appreciate your input on this, and I'd greatly value it on an ongoing basis. Would you be willing to meet with me again next month to follow up on what we've discussed today?"
Send a thank-you note and perhaps a gift
Review your notes
Take action on their suggestions
Call to discuss the results of those actions and request a second appointment (assuming you're still interested)
Propose a mentoring relationship. Be sure to spell out your goals and expectations, as well as your commitment to them (a written agreement will show you are serious about the commitment)
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Experts in Mentoring Who Are Also Mentors
The persons whose names have been listed here are all experts in mentoring and have been recognized for their mentoring activities. However, whether they have the time and availability to act as a volunteer mentor or mentor program consultant can only be determined through direct contact. In some cases a fee may be necessary to obtain professional services. Listings are provided here in alphabetical order.
For 25 years Dr. Carr acted as a mentor for students, staff and other learners while he was a university faculty member. He is one of the leading authorities on mentoring and is the Editor of the Mentoring Newsletter. His primary focus is in helping people achieve results and integrate their spiritual, career, and personal goals. He was the primary architect of the Canadian Mentor Strategy which paired more than 30,000 community/business mentors with 100,000 students.
Headed by Wayne Townsend, a Level III Certified National Trainer/Consultant (Canada) and certified by the Ontario Society for Training and Development, CMA provides courses in mentoring for schools and business and is Canada's leading specialist in Teacher/Advisor Groups (TAG) for schools.
Over 15 years of experience in the design, implementation and evaluation of many corporate and non-profit mentoring programs, including the program at the Bank of Montreal that helped the bank win the Catalyst award. Author of several articles on mentoring. Services include needs assessment, program design, training for mentors, mentees and managers, program monitoring, evaluation, and ideas for improving existing programs.
953 W. Boston Post Road, Suite 2R
Mamaroneck, New York 10543
Provides a training program, Mastering Mentoring, where participants learn the Mentor paradigm, the skills and attitudes necessary for mentoring, the Alignment Plus model for mentoring, and techniques to add value to the organization as a whole. Also provides training for youth mentoring to teachers, police, and other interested community members.
PO Box 348
Rosanna, Victoria 3084
Tel: +61 3 9458 5422
Fax: +61 3 9458 5433
Perrone-Ambrose provides tools and publications to help with the mentoring process and consultation and advice on any or all steps in the mentoring system planning process. Perrone-Ambrose helps clients develop strategies for working sucessfully with mentees, employers and colleagues. Perrone-Ambrose has over 20 years of experience and success in helping clients strengthen the human assets of their businesses through mentoring and coaching. They have developed the highly acclaimed Mentors 2000 Series.
This Boston based organization specializes in mentoring programs for industry, profit, non-profit, financial, manufacturing, insurance, health care, food services and others. They provide a number of publications for sale including The Mentoring and Coaching Skills Audit, the Mentors 2000 Bulletin, a Training Manual for Mentoring Relationships (part of their Linkages Program), Links: A Self Guide for Finding Your Own Mentor, and A Resource Guide for Program Leaders. Their website also briefly describes a nine step mentoring program for employees.
PO Box 67291
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
Fax: 617.783.8566 firstname.lastname@example.org
Gordon F. Shea
Services and Experience:
Mr. Shea is President of PRIME Systems Company, a training and human resource development firm whose clients include IBM, Exxon, Singer-Link, NASA, NIH, and the US Coast Guard. He is the author of several highly readable and informative books on mentoring and provides short courses, seminars and institutes on mentoring for corporations, government agencies, associations and universities. He has written persuasively about a practical approach to mentoring that contributes to empowering employees and creating cost-effective organizations. His career, which began as a technical writer and production engineer, continues to include being mentored and acting as a mentor. He also provides training courses for Mentors/Mentees, seminars on state-of-the-art mentoring, and consultations to guide the design and implementation of formal mentoring programs.
PO Box 404
Margo Murray is President and Chief Operating Officer of MMHA The Managers' Mentors, Inc., an international consulting firm, specializing in total Quality Productivity Performance System design and implementation, founded in 1974. Margo has a unique combination of experience in line and staff management, academic work in business and behavioral sciences, and experience in structuring and managing human performance systems. Her innovations include application of a criterion referenced approach to management skill development. Her custom designed programs and published articles have won professional awards and White House recognition for excellence. Margo is the author of the highly-rated book, Beyond the Myths and Magic of Mentoring
This unique family team at work inspires transformational work in others. Both in their workshops and their trainings, they speak openly about the vulnerabilities and strengths that took them each from a place of distance and injury to a place of connection and healing. They live and work the dialogical processes that are at the heart and soul of vibrant relationships. The team includes Mark Shulkin, M.D., a Board Certified Psychiatrist; Nedra Fetterman, Ph.D.,a licensed psychologist and Director of the Relationship Center in Ardmore, PA; and Sunny Shulkin, L.C.S.W., a Board Certified Diplomate in Social Work. They provide workshops, success stories, trainings, case consulting, mentoring, therapy, and other services as well as books and tapes. Mentoring groups will form in l999 and meet once monthly over a period of six months to a year around shared interests. One group will focus on Mentoring Our Relationships and another group will focus on Mentoring Ourselves as Parents. To enrol, send an e-mail message.
Career mentoring with emphasis on the insurance industry. Patrick J. O'Krongly, CPCU, assists those people seeking a position or possible change of position to further their career. He provides mentoring to career-minded individuals to enhance their current net worth with their company or provide a path that will get them recognized as a key employee. Emphasis is on the insurance industry but can assist with coaching and tactical help in other industries.
Mentor to individuals in the Tidewater (Virginia) area. Advises parents about available educational programs and how to help children achieve success. Has been a clinical faculty supervisor of surrounding universities in the Tidewater community. Provides leadership in the areas of elementary content standards (K-3), 4-H Club Leadership, Community Development, CHROME Leadership (Math and Science Enrichment) and Professional Development Consulting to Tidewater citizens.
Provides business mentoring to individuals in existing businesses or those considering starting in business with the object of providing a sounding board for ideas, a stimulus to optimise opportunties, to critique the pros and cons of the business idea, to help the individual assess the financial viability and extent of the business risk, including developing a new direction and offering the benefit of experiece over many years as the executive director in several businesses.