The Mentorship Committee, through the Mentorship program, links members who are students, new professionals, or clinicians going through a career transition with experienced clinicians. A mentor will provide assistance in beginning clinical practice, networking, discovering resources, and integrating into both the Clinical Society and the professional social work community.
The mentor-protégé relationship will primarily focus on career goals, and not be a supervisory relationship. Mentors are interested in the growth and development of their protégé; eager to share knowledge and expertise, as well as provide support.
The current commitment of the mentor-protégé relationship is 3 1/2-hour phone calls or in-person meetings. If you are interested in becoming a mentor or protégé, please complete the appropriate forms below.
If you have any difficulty with the application process or have questions please contact the Mentorship Committee Chair at Mentor@ncscsw.org