National Capital Area Chapter of the U.S. Association for Energy Economics

The Mentorship Program


The Mentorship Process and Instructions

For a Prospective Mentor

 

For a Prospective Mentee

  1. Located under the Mentorship button, navigate to the submenu labeled, “Become a Mentor” or click here.
  2. Check the box labeled, “Add me to NCAC Mentors.”
  3. Enter text into the two boxes below:
    1. The first should be a summary of your experience.
    2. The second should be a list of the services you’re prepared to provide.
    You may revise and update these statements whenever appropriate.

  • If a Mentee selects you as a Mentor, the program Administrator will contact you, to ensure your availability – especially if you already are serving as a Mentor.

  • If you agree, the Administrator will send an email to you and the Mentee, making a mutual introduction. It will then be up to the Mentee to contact you. At that point, all follow-up and sessions are strictly between you and your Mentee.

  • Whenever you and your Mentee agree that your services are no longer needed, please contact the Administrator and let him know that you are no longer helping this Mentee.

  • If and when you decide to leave the Mentoring Program, please inform the Administrator; but you are responsible for de-listing your name and bio from the website. Click this link and un-check that you want to be a Mentor.

 

  1. Located under the Mentorship button, navigate to the submenu labeled, “Mentor List” or click here.
  2. Review this list, and select three individuals whom you believe may be of help to you.
  3. At the bottom of the list, you will see a box which asks you to enter the three names you’ve selected. After entering these names, please click “Request Assignment to an NCAC Mentor.” Your request will then be sent to the Administrator.

  • The Administrator will contact you – hopefully within just a few days – with the name of your Mentor. If this name is number two or three on your list, it is because your first and second choices were not able to accommodate helping you out at this particular time.
  • The Administrator will also send you and your Mentor an email, making a mutual introduction. It will then be up to you, as the Mentee, to get directly in touch with the Mentor, and determine how you want to make your initial contact.

                                                                   


Questions? Uses this link to email the Mentor Program Administrator