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Sparks Mentorship Program : Student Mentorship Agreement

 

Following are the key responsibilities of the mentee during the mentorship program.

Engagement and Participation:

  • Drive the process and set goals for the overall mentorship as well as for each meeting.

  • Initiate scheduling of all sessions.

  • Actively participate in all scheduled mentoring sessions.

  • Arrive on time and prepared for each 90-minute quarterly meeting.

  • Be open to learning, sharing experiences, and discussing challenges.

 

Communication:

  • Maintain regular communication with the Mentor, including timely responses to emails or messages.

  • Inform the Mentor in advance of any scheduling conflicts or necessary changes to meeting arrangements.

 

Goals and Objectives:

  • Work with the Mentor to set clear, achievable goals for personal, academic, and professional development.

  • Regularly review and update these goals as needed.

 

Confidentiality:

  • Respect the confidentiality of discussions with the Mentor. Information shared in mentoring sessions should not be disclosed without mutual agreement.

 

Feedback and Evaluation:

  • Provide constructive feedback to the Mentor and program coordinators.

  • Participate in periodic evaluations to assess the progress and effectiveness of the mentoring relationship.

 

Self-Development:

  • Take initiative in your own development. Utilize the resources and guidance provided by the Mentor to enhance learning and growth.

  • Reflect on experiences and feedback, using these insights to improve and develop new skills.

 

Professional Conduct:

  • Maintain a professional demeanor during all interactions with the Mentor and within the program.

  • Adhere to the ethical standards and policies of your college.

Term of Agreement:

  • This agreement is effective for the duration of the one-year mentoring program. The Mentee is expected to commit to the program for its entirety to ensure a meaningful and productive mentoring experience.

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