Mentor Roles and Responsibilities

  • For 1 year, serve as a mentor to assigned mentee(s).
  • Send at least one correspondence to mentee(s) each month (can be via email, phone call, in-person meeting, or other means). Correspondence can be on a variety of topics, including: tips on what they can do now to help them on their career path or new/upcoming opportunities that have become available that may be of interest to your mentee.
  • Share your knowledge, experience, and advice with mentee(s).
  • Schedule a time to meet (in-person, over phone, or through other means) with your mentee within a month of matching.
  • Maintain confidentiality of the information shared by mentee.
  • Be available on an as-needed basis, based on the specific goals and needs defined by you and your mentee.
  • When scheduled, please try to attend (if available) NEPA mentor/mentee events throughout the year.

Mentors are responsible for gaining the trust and confidence of their mentees by interacting with them professionally. 


Mentor Rules for Participation

  • Must be an active member of NEPA in good standing.
  • Emergency Preparedness professionals must be currently working in the emergency preparedness or related field for three years or more.
  • Must be willing to commit to the mentorship program for the remainder of the year.
  • Must complete a mentor application.
  • Must be 18 years of age or older to apply.

Nevada Emergency Preparedness Association is a 501(c)3 organization.

CONTACT US
Nevada Emergency Preparedness Association
P.O. Box 230884, Las Vegas, NV 89105

info@preparenv.org


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