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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For more information or to apply to be a mentor or a mentee, visit www.
1) Allows the mentor to "give back"--to both the organization and the mentee
AgLink is also working with CSU Fresno to establish a scholarship fund for students participating as a mentee.
Mentees tend to naturally gravitate toward mentors of their own race, but since White Americans dominate the mentor group, and minority adolescents are overrepresented in the mentee group, many mentees end up with a White mentor.
In practice, there are a number of different ways of managing the relationship between a mentor and mentee.
The mentor, mentee and company benefit from mentorship; it is not a one-sided transaction.
A: NAVAIR does not match mentors and mentees; we empower each mentee to find a suitable mentor(s).
Learning objectives include designated time with the mentee in fundamentals skills lab, gerontology clinical, and one-on-one periodically throughout the semester.
In ongoing discussions with the mentee, the director simultaneously addresses all three of these dimensions, not as a checklist but as strands of the conversation to be woven in as appropriate, with the aim of helping the mentee expand the soft skills of leadership critical for success in the top job.
Mentor relationships bring new perspectives for both the mentor and mentee," said Rebekah Apple, the association's manager of physician services and support.
In fact, the right mentor is one who has a quite different perspective and knowledge base than those the mentee already knows; he or she must bring something new and catalyzing to the mentoring relationship.
After various locations and positions within the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, I successfully participated in one of the sessions at our Mentee Assessment Development Centre and was assigned to the Mentor-Mentee Programme.