Monday, March 29, 2010

CALL's Mentorship Program 2010

CALL's Education Committee has just announced that it's now accepting applications for the 2010 CALL Mentorship Program:
"This program is for anyone who is a member of CALL, regardless of years in the profession or type of library. We aim to make matches between mentors and mentees based on self-selected mutual interests, whether it be experience and knowledge of courthouse libraries, knowledge management, academic legal librarianship, and many other categories. Each pairing will be notified of their match in time for CALL 2010 in Windsor, should you be attending and wish to meet your partner one-on-one. "
Anecdotally, we've heard great things about the CALL mentorship program. Karen at Library Technician Dialog wrote about the positive relationship she has with her CALL mentor, a senior library director who's given her excellent advice, direction, and encouragement over the past year.

For information on eligibility, the screening process, level of commitment expected, and other FAQs, visit the CALL Mentorship Program webpage.

Online applications for mentors and mentees are being accepted until April 26th, 2010.


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