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To implement and foster an inclusive climate in higher ed, institutions need to create a culture of belonging, attract diverse talent at the entry level, and build intentional pathways to retain diverse talent.
operations, diversity and inclusion, journal, mentoring, career development
NYU’s Wasser-Buddies mentoring program helps shape institutional culture, equalize the experience of new hires, increase knowledge transfer, and enhance leadership development.
best practices, operations, diversity and inclusion, personal development, nace insights, mentoring, career development
Philip Wilkerson, III and Samara Reynolds, authors of “The Value of Intentional Cross-Identity Mentorship,” share their personal insights about mentorship.
There are benefits to engaging with a mentor with whom you do not share an identity.
With no additional budget, Clarion’s Center for Career and Professional Development built and implemented a mentor program for students.
graduate outcomes, career readiness, journal, mentoring
Bard College has developed a program that aims to create a community of leaders who will succeed professionally and make a difference in the lives of others.
best practices, partnerships, network, nace insights, mentoring, career development, students
“Being a Successful Mentee,” by Diane Safer, Yeshiva College, provides guidance on how to get the most out of relationships with mentors.
professional development, mentoring, new professionals
Before each meeting, mentees should draft an agenda to share with their mentors. Doing so forces the mentee to carefully consider the importance of various topics.
nace insights, mentoring
One of the primary drivers of the success of CSRA’s internship program is ongoing engagement—both when interns are on site and when they return to campus.
internships, nace insights, mentoring
The Mentoring Guide for Career Services, by Gary Alan Miller, can help career services professionals onboard and mentor professionals new to the office.