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Mentee Role Description and Application

A mentor/mentee relationship is a collaborative learning partnership in which learning flows freely in both directions. A mentee's purpose is to take the initiative for their own professional development and make the most of available learning opportunities. Mentees are responsible for driving the relationship and identifying skills, knowledge, and goals that they want to achieve, which should be communicated to the mentor. The goal of the mentee is to take full advantage of the opportunity to learn and professionally grow.

Mentee application

Time commitment:  A minimum of one hour of contact (either in person or by phone) every other week


  • Meet with mentor on a regular basis to establish a working relationship
  • Be transparent and willing to share your work-related experiences, challenges, and goals
  • Maintain confidentiality of information with the mentor
  • Be willing to accept constructive feedback
  • Identify and define professional development goals that are specific, measurable, and attainable
  • Current member of ApraNW
  • Sincere desire to achieve professional development goals
  • Ability to communicate openly and nonjudgmentally
  • Strong active listener
  • Ability to establish a relationship based on equal responsibility and respect
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