RING Mentorship - 2023 Pilot Program


Utilizing a circular mentorship model, RING encourages curiosity, candid feedback and self-awareness. Giving group members the confidence to consider new ideas and prioritize their success.   RING is open to all School of Medicine Staff, who are looking to gain a deeper understanding of the organization and network with their colleagues. 

What is RING?

RING is a remote-first, group-based mentorship program which is mentor-led and community-driven. The goal of this program is to create an engaging professional development opportunity for School of Medicine Staff. Mentors and mentees will be provided materials for a multitude of discussion topics. In this pilot, we are looking for staff who believe they would benefit from meeting regularly with up to four colleagues over the course of a four month period.

If you are looking to connect with colleagues across the School of Medicine, gain mentorship experience, and be part of a professional development working-group, consider joining this inaugural pilot program!

Did we mention it is free and includes Meeting Guides provided by the Learning & Organizational Development Team? 


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