mentee


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men·tee

 (mĕn-tē′)
n.
One who is mentored.

mentee

(mɛnˈtiː)
n
someone who is mentored
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This allows the mentee and mentor to explore questions and opportunities for career development and involvement in ALA and the division.
It is a chapter based program set to last 10-12 months where pairs are matched, based on mentee goals and mentor experiences.
There are many types of mentoring relationships, and many of them are not just one mentor and one mentee.
However, four seniors felt that at least one mentee on their teams needed more development before heading to elementary schools.
One mentee noted, "I decided to participate in this program to help build my knowledge about different accounting professions and to experience firsthand what a typical day might look like for an accountant.
Mentoring: Making the Transition from Mentee to Mentor.
Like a parent-child relationship, the relationship with a mentee maybe frustrating if he or she does not follow the path you would have followed, does not heed your advice, or does not act as quickly as you would like.
A large volume of literature is available on mentoring which points to the fact that the process of mentoring benefits the organization as well as both the mentee and the mentors in different ways.
The program calls for a mentee to take on assignments, such as working with subordinates, making presentations, and aligning with partners who may favor his promotion.
Mentoring provides benefits to both mentor and mentee, including opportunities for reflection, sharing of ideas, professional growth, and personal satisfaction (Ehrich, Hansford, & Tennent, 2004).
Partnership: creates a superiorsubordinate relationship between the mentor and mentee, which is why the word mentee is used and protege is not.
KEY WORDS: Mentoring, Mentor, Mentee, Medical students, Multicultural.