Lauren Wu (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Elizabeth K. Taus
The Mentoring committee's main responsibilities include forming mentoring families and facilitating mentor-mentee relationships through planning and organizing coordinated family events focused on continued candidate development. Additionally, the Committee also works to secure constant mentor-mentee interaction by encouraging families to meet outside of their planned events.
Each mentoring family is assigned a mentoring liaison from the committee, an executive board member, alumni mentors, senior & junior mentors, and candidates
The committee will interview potential senior and junior mentors, reach out to alumni mentors, and work with the executive board and candidatemasters to place candidates into their ideal family
The mentoring family process requires the committee to work not only with candidates and mentors, but also with the Alumni, Candidatemaster, Community Service, Special Events, Social Events, and Workshop committees to co-organize large mentoring events (3-4 events per semester) such as:
• Mentoring Kickoff