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CCTSI > Education & Training > Colorado Mentoring Training (CO-Mentor) Program
 

Colorado Mentoring Training (CO-Mentor) Program

 About the Program

Co-Mentoring Instructors

Gregory Austin, MD, Anne Libby, PhD, Judith Albino, PhD, and Kathy Kennedy, DrPH, Co-Mentor Faculty

What is the CO-Mentor program?

The new Colorado Mentor program (CO-Mentor) provides essential instruction to faculty members who have mentored others for years, but have not had formal training. Evidence-based strategies will be used to teach mentor/mentee pairs the skills they need to get the most out of their mentoring relationships. Topics include: career mapping and creating a career development plan, setting goals, CV building, understanding your Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), establishing the mentor/mentee relationship, and writing effective mentor letters. Most of the training occurs in mentor/mentee pairs; however, some activities will be for mentors or mentees separately. The goal is to help participants build practical, overarching skills for mentoring success.

The CO-Mentor program will run for one academic year on the dates listed below.

2013-2014 CO-Mentor program dates:

  • Friday, October 25, 2013
  • Friday, December 13, 2013
  • Friday, January 31, 2014
  • Friday, March 21, 2014

**PLEASE NOTE: All sessions of the CO-Mentor program will take place in the Lilly Marks Boardroom in the new UPI building on Montview Blvd.

See a list of past and present participants

 
 

 Contacts

For more information about the CO-Mentor program, please contact:

CO-Mentoring Participants