Mentoring Program Info Session


September 18, 2018
9:00am - 11:30am


Boston Private Bank
10 Post Office Sq
Boston, MA 02110

Applications now open for the 2018-2019 Cycle!

The Alliance for Racial Equity & the CHAPA Young Professional Group

Informational Session on the 2018-2019 Mentoring Program

About the Informational Session:


This information session will provide testimonials from past mentors and mentees who completed the program, will offer an opportunity to introduce and discuss the 2018-2019 events calendar, and answer questions on how to enroll and the application process.


About the Program


The Mentoring Program is designed to promote and support a culture of learning and mentoring within the community development field. The Mentoring Program seeks to enhance the preparation of young professionals with 2 years or more of experience; mid to senior level professionals, and board members who demonstrate potential for advancement and growth into positions of leadership. The Mentoring Program helps facilitate effective and meaningful relationships between and amongst community development professionals through a nine-month intensive designed to help foster relationships, introduce networking techniques and share industry knowledge.

Registration fee: 

Free Event, pre-registration required

Learning area: 

Commun. Org. & Planning
Nonprofit Governance
Racial Equity

Main document groups: 

Mentoring Program Group