The Mentorship Program accomplishes WAEE’s mission of networking by linking experienced environmental educators to those who are new in the field. There are no set criteria for being a mentor or mentee. Mentors should be available to answer questions, serve as a reference, or even provide practicum experience for their mentee while mentees can ask questions, look for potential employment, and even use their mentor as a reference. Mentorship program participants meet at a WAEE event, share contact information, determine a goal for the partnership, and share a conference meal. Mentorship activities are suggested in the WAEE monthly newsletter and here on the blog.
If you are interested in being a part of this amazing statewide networking program please contact the WAEE office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now on to what the participants should be working on this month!
November Activity: The holidays are right around the corner. Share your family traditions during this time of year with your mentor/mentee.