CPLI is launching a Mentor Program for the Class of 2017. The program is designed to build one-on-one relationships between new class members and to engage alumni with our organization. The selection of CPLI mentors will be at the discretion of the CPLI board of trustees and will be drawn from CPLI alumni.
Who does what?
- The responsibilities of the mentor are to be open and willing to meet with the CPLI class member on at least three occasions during the CPLI class year. Meetings can be informal, such as a lunch or happy hour.
- Meetings should generally be about building relationships with other like-minded individuals and can include discussions about conservative policies, career choices, general advice, and encouragement.
- The responsibilities of the class member are to actively engage with the mentor and to schedule meetings at a mutually agreeable time and location.
- The class member should become generally familiar with the mentor’s work and professional experience ahead of the first meeting.
- The class member should ensure that at least three meetings take place during the class year.
Interested in stepping up? Contact Justin Wong
or Sarah Douglas
and express your desire to be a CPLI mentor by February 15!