Mentoring opportunity for all faculty and staff
Are you looking to connect professionally while working remotely? Do you need career guidance?
The U-M Micro-Mentoring Program is strongly encouraged for all staff and faculty. The goal of this program is to increase one’s professional networks and provide a platform to foster the sharing of internal expertise and experiences.
Micro-Mentoring is a one-time meeting designed to:
- Network with a variety of faculty and staff across the university and Michigan Medicine,
- Receive support and flourish professionally with the assistance of seasoned colleagues,
- Enhance your CV and expand your professional development as a leader, and
- Engage in dialogue on our discussion boards and gain access to relevant mentoring resources.
Why become a mentor?
The goal of the Micro-Mentoring program at U-M is to increase one’s professional networks and provide a platform to foster the sharing of internal expertise and experiences.
Who should become a mentor?
Micro-Mentoring is open to all current faculty and staff at U-M. We encourage people who have at least two years of work experience to consider signing up as a mentor — there is so much information that others can learn from you!
This program pairs mentees with a different mentor for one-hour every 45 days based on profile compatibility. That’s it! A one-hour meeting to connect with new people across the university.
This program pairs mentor/mentee relationships every 45 days based on profile compatibility. You are encouraged to register for the program now; matching of mentors and mentees will begin in late January.
“The micro-mentoring program was an amazing opportunity to increase my professional network, and subsequently to receive 1:1 career advice has been transformative. I highly recommend this program.”
– Zarinah Aquil, M.Ed.
Administrative Specialist Intermediate, Graduate Program in Immunology