Become a Mentor or Mentee

Consider participating in an informal mentoring relationship with another grant facilitator. Here are some reasons to get involved:

  • if you are looking for / wanting to share specific expertise on a one-on-one basis
  • if you are the sole grant facilitator in your unit / department or on your site and looking to connect with someone else in your field
  • if you are interested in building inter-institutional relationships
  • if you like going for coffee to break up the work day

Search the Facilitator Directory for compatible individuals interested in becoming a mentor or mentee.

UBC Coaching Services

A related resource you may find useful is UBC Coaching Services, offered by Organizational Development and Learning, part of UBC Human Resources. Visit the UBC Coaching Services website for more information.

Responses to “Become a Mentor or Mentee”

  1. Lainna El Jabi says:

    I am a new research facilitator at UBC Okanagan. I would be thrilled to have the opportunity to work with someone via phone, Skype, or email to improve my skills and grow professionally.

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