FIND A MENTOR

Let your Learning Lead to Action


No matter how small the action, it can have huge impact as other opportunities begin to emerge. inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. Value your thoughts, fall in love with your ambitions, be intentional about your growth, execute, smile and live with determination. Life can and should be an exciting adventure.”

– Leyda Aleman



men·tor
ˈmenˌtôr,ˈmenˌtər/

Noun1. An experienced and trusted adviser, teacher.

verb2. advise or train (someone, especially a younger colleague).



One of my early mentors taught me that you cannot see the picture when you are in the frame. We are not programed to see our potential, we can see potential in other people, but we cannot see our own potential. We also cannot see our own invisible boundaries or blind spots. What’s really important is not having our blind spot exposed but having someone with trained eyes and trained ears who has a vested interest in you.

Entering into a Mentoring Relationship with a senior HR professional provides invaluable insight beyond your own education and experience.

Whether you’re a new HR professional looking for career advice or a mid-career professional looking for guidance on moving up the ladder or into another area of HR practice, finding a mentor and becoming a mentee has many benefits:

  • 1. Access to a support system during critical stages of your career development
  • 7. Exposure to diverse perspectives, new ideas and experiences
  • 2. An insider’s perspective on navigating your career, model behaviors and attributes necessary for next generation HR professionals
  • 8. Direct access to powerful resources within your profession
  • 3. Guidance, encouragement, and support of a trusted and experienced mentor on professional development and advancement.
  • 9. Identification of skill gaps
  • 4. Advice on developing strengths and overcoming weaknesses
  • 10. Greater knowledge of career success factors
  • 5. Opportunities to develop new skills and knowledge
  • 11. The foundation of a lasting professional network
  • 6. Clearer understanding and enhancement of career plans
  • 12. You will receive Certificate of Appreciation upon program completion

Applicants must meet specific educational and/or work experience criteria at the time they submit their application.

These requirements are outlined below:

Program Requirements
  • Must be a full-time/part-time student working toward an HR bachelor’s degree; associate’s degree; qualifying HR certificate program and/or Applicants must show that they work in an entry-level HR role for more than 1,000 hours within a calendar year, which equates to one year of experience.
  • HR experience can be in an exempt or non-exempt capacity.
  • HR experience may be classified directly, as working in an HR role, or indirectly, by consulting, educating, or educating or researching HR practices linked specifically to human resource management.
  • Must submit current resume or share your unique link to your LinkedIn Profile
  • Submit your Mentee Application.

Push forward to the next level as you discover ways to
change how you think and give yourself the edge with the
support and guidance of a mentor.


Find a Mentor