The Network’s International Mentorship Program provides emerging and seasoned social work leaders in the U.S. and internationally with the opportunity to coach and guide each other on how to be successful health and human services professionals.
Mentees are able to receive guidance and acquire management skills through the help of their mentors while Mentors use their expertise to help the next generation of social work managers and give back to the human services community.
PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS HAVE ACCESS TO
- Guidelines About the Skills Needed to be a Mentor/Mentee
- Social Sector Management Resources
- Tips to Manage the Mentoring Relationship
- News and Articles on Mentoring
- Exclusive Mentoring Webinars Focused on Management
- Mentoring Forum
MENTORING PROGRAM DETAILS
- Open to anyone worldwide.
- 15 mentors and 15 mentees will be selected to participate in this program.
- Mentoring sessions will be held via interactive webinars and one-on-one conversations with assigned mentor via phone, email, and virtual platforms.
- The program will include 4 exclusive management webinars presented on topics selected by accepted mentees.
- Mentees receive a certificate of completion.
- Submission of the mentorship application and signed mentor and mentee guidelines.
- $25 recommended program fee (fee can be waived with demonstration of financial hardship).
- Availability to participate through the length of the program (10 months, September-June).
- Access to equipment (webcam and telephone).
- Access to internet connection: minimum- DSL or cable connection.
2015-2016 MENTORSHIP PROGRAM REVIEWS
NSWM Mentee 2015-16
Melissa Wiesel, MSW, Psychotherapist, Hunterdon Behavioral Health, Hamilton, NJ- USA
I wanted to say I appreciate greatly being a part of the mentoring program. I found it to be a supportive experience which allowed me to really dig into what my career and future goals mean in relation to my life. Mymentor shared her experiences from past and present and inspired me to become more comfortable with my own journey and subsequently make some bold moves towards my future. What a gift?!?!”
NSWM Mentor 2015-16
Kibasa Samuel, Director of Congregate Programs, Community Housing Innovations, Patchogue, NY – USA
I am honored to have been a part of the Network for Social Work Management mentoring program. I did not anticipate how educational and enriching working with my mentee would be. I am proud to say that we learned a great deal from each other in the process. This program was not only a learning experience, it was also an incredible opportunity to cultivate new relationships.