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New for 2021! The NHCGNE Mentor Program

Be a MENTEE in the NHCGNE 2021 Mentor Program!

The NHCGNE Board of Directors and Mentor Committee is excited to announce the call for the first cohort of NHCGNE’s Mentor Program. The purpose of this program is to provide support and guidance to NHCGNE Members who are late-stage PhD Students, Post-Docs or Early-Career Faculty.

Areas for Support and Guidance will vary depending on career stage and location, but may include:

  • Professional and Career Development
  • Critical Thinking and Strategies for Transitioning from Student to Faculty

PhD student mentees will have their institutional advisor(s); therefore there will be no expectation of mentors to provide feedback on scholarly projects like dissertations, abstracts, etc.

Individuals are Eligible to be a MENTEE if they are a:

  • Member of NHCGNE or a Student at a Member School
  • Late- Stage PhD Nursing Student, Post-Docs, or Early-Career Faculty with less than 3 Years of Experience.

Mentees will be expected to initiate contact with their assigned mentor and establish mentorship program goals and communication times and methods (e.g, telephone, email, Zoom). An evaluation will be sent to the mentor and mentee at the end of the program. A brief overview of the program and mentoring tips will be provided.

Mentees and Mentors will be matched by the NHCGNE Mentor Committee.

The Mentor Program Period will be from January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021.

The online application will be open from November 1, 2020 to November 30, 2020. Space is limited, apply early!

Be a MENTOR in the NHCGNE 2021 Mentor Program!

The NHCGNE Board of Directors and Mentor Committee is excited to announce the call for the first cohort of NHCGNE’s mentorship program. The purpose of this program is to provide support and guidance to NHCGNE Members who are late-stage PhD Students or early-career Faculty.

Mentor Support and Guidance will vary depending on career stage and location, but may include:

  • Professional and Career Development
  • Critical Thinking and Strategies for Transitioning from Student to Faculty

PhD student mentees will have their institutional advisor(s); therefore there will be no expectation of mentors to provide feedback on scholarly projects like dissertations, abstracts, etc.

Individuals are Eligible to be a MENTOR if they are a:

  • Member of NHCGNE or a Faculty Member at a Member School
  • Hold a Terminal Degree (e.g., PhD, DNP, EdD) and Rank of Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor in Research, Teaching, Education
  • Have at Least 5 Years of Experience as a Faculty Member

Mentees will be expected to initiate contact with their assigned mentor and establish mentorship program goals and communication times and methods (e.g, telephone, email, Zoom). An evaluation will be sent to the mentor and mentee at the end of the program. A brief overview of the program and mentoring tips will be provided.

Mentees and Mentors will be matched by the NHCGNE Mentor Committee.

The Mentor Program Period will be from January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021.

The online application will be open from November 1, 2020 to November 30, 2020.

 

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