Mentoring Groups Roles¶
- Communicate with your Mentor about your goals and needs.
- Attend scheduled meetings and participate actively or let your Mentor know you won’t be attending.
- Be respectful of other Mentees and Mentors. Provide a safe space for questions and mistakes.
1 hour a month
Be either a newly certified Software or Data Carpentry instructor or be in the process of completing certification. Generally Mentees will have taught one or no workshops, but may have been helpers before.
The join the mentoring program, email the Deputy Director of Assessment, Kari L Jordan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Decide on a meeting schedule with your Mentees.
- Personalize meetings based on Mentee’s needs and desires.
- Respond promptly to emails from your Mentees.
- Follow up with Mentees who miss meetings.
- Be respectful of Mentees. Provide a safe space for questions and mistakes.
- Report Mentee attendance and progress to mentoring coordinator.
~4 hours/month for 3-5 months (or longer if accepting new Mentees), this breaks down to about 2 hours prep, 1 hour meeting and 1 hour answering emails per month. Variable depending on meeting frequency and prep time.
Certified instructors who have taught at least 2 workshops.
To join the mentoring program, email the Deputy Director of Assessment at email@example.com.
- Recruit mentors and mentees for the Mentoring Program.
- Pair Mentors and Mentees based on responses to Google form surveys.
- Set up virtual meeting rooms and Etherpads for each mentoring team.
- Send email introductions for each mentoring team.
- Follow up with each mentoring team on a monthly basis and ask if there’s anything you can do to help.
- Keep track of program completion rates to assess success.
- Get feedback from Mentors and Mentees about program.