2017 Mentoring Program
The AIPN Young Negotiators group is excited to announce the 2017 Mentoring Program is now accepting applications!
Key Benefits for joining the program
- Learn relevant industry practices and skills
- Discuss work-related matters with seasoned professionals
- Expand your network
- Receive constructive feedback and support
- Share your professional experiences and provide guidance
- Gain exposure to new perspectives
- Better understand generational differences
- Reflect on career and impart knowledge
All members who are interested in participating in the program must apply as a mentor or mentee by February 24, 2017. AIPN-YN will create partnerships based on the information provided in the applications and according to their best judgements.
By submitting an application, AIPN will try to match a mentor or a mentee based upon the information provided, however enrollment in the mentoring program is not guaranteed.
Mentors: Mentors must be Active AIPN members in good standing, with at least 5 years’ experience in the international negotiations field.
Mentees: The mentoring program is designed to help YNs already working in the industry learn from a seasoned professional. It is not intended to assist with job placement. Therefore, in order to apply for the program as a mentee, you must be an Active AIPN member in good standing, working full time in international negotiations or a related field, with fewer than 5 years’ experience.
Mentors and mentees are asked to use the following manuals to help guide them through the program.
2017 Mentor Manual
2017 Mentee Manual