UCOP Human Resources
UCOP Mentorship Program
The UCOP Mentorship Program is seeking mentees and mentors for its next annual program beginning March 2021 and concluding in September, 2021.
The Mentorship Program is an exciting opportunity to share and learn career skills and leadership practices, guide and navigate the UCOP culture, and establish long term professional relationships. We want to acknowledge the unique context of this year. After conducting survey to determine interest and need for a mentorship program at this time, the UCOP Mentorship Steering Committee decided to move forward with an all virtual 2021 Mentorship Program.
The goal of the Mentorship Program is to create mentor–mentee pairings that provide a supportive structure for UCOP employees to cultivate contacts, explore challenges and enhance their effectiveness as they grow both personally and professionally.
Who can become a Mentee?The program is open for all Office of the President staff members (career, contract or represented) from all classifications, who have worked at UCOP for at least 6 months. Simply complete the Mentee Application.
Who can become a Mentor?A mentor is an experienced UCOP leader or staff with at least one year of UCOP service and is
interested in helping others with professional and career development. Previous mentees are
welcome to participate as mentors. Interested in serving as a mentor? Complete this short form.
Key Program Dates
The program officially begins in January 2021 and lasts until September 2021. Key dates:
- Informational sessions via zoom on November 10, November 19, and December 2, 2020
- Mentor notice of interest due December 7, 2020 to Anne Prozan
- Mentee applications are due December 11, 2020
- Program acceptance notices will be sent by December 18, 2020
- Mentor-Mentee matching process, including training on the process, will start mid-January.
- Mentor-Mentee pairs meet and Monthly Mentee Cohort begins March 2021
- Program concludes September2021
Additional Information and FAQs
For questions and additional information, contact Annie Prozan, UCOP Learning and Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org.