Did You Know that EACE Has Launched a New Mentorship Program?
By Flore Dorcely-Mohr, Director, Career Services, Berkeley College
Last year over 50 employer and college members participated in this structured program designed to foster the sharing of knowledge and experience through mentor-mentee partnerships. Led by my colleagues in the Professional Connections Committee, the overall goal is to promote participants’ professional development within their career, as well as encourage engagement and leadership within EACE.
You have the flexibility to choose your role, your areas of interest, and how and when you connect.
Participants have said,“The opportunity to connect with a professional at a different institution has been a breath of fresh air. We’ve exchanged best practices, provided neutral advice and helped one another brainstorm new programs! I’d highly recommend!”
Everyone seemed to love it so much that we are back at it again this year. If you would like to participate and can commit to the program from June 2018 through June 2019, please click here to complete your online application no later than Friday, April 20, 2018. You can ask to be a mentor or mentee or both. Whether you have college/career services or employer/recruitment background, both are needed. And it doesn’t matter if you have 10 months or 10 years of experience—everyone can benefit from mentorship, don’t you think?
For more information, please visit: http://www.eace.org/mentor-program
Any additional questions about the program, can be directed to me or you can also contact either of my Co-Chairs of the Professional Connections Committee:
Talent Development Senior Associate
Office: (609) 883-3900 ext 7464
Dawn M. Lazar, SPHR
Program Manager – Talent Development
Talent Acquisition and Development
Office: (609) 883-3900 ext 3509
Cell: (609) 306-5816
Fax: (609) 538-4027
About Flore Dorcely-Mohr:
I believe life is short and we should bring our awesomeness to work every day. Throughout my career I have found ways to connect people with opportunities to make that happen. My path began working with a boutique, wall street executive search firm, then at a small liberal arts career center. At one point, I tried being an employment specialist at the high school level and even worked at a county workforce development agency helping people find jobs. I now work at Berkeley College as Director of their Online and Paramus, NJ campus Career Services teams. I have been blessed with amazing mentorship every step of the way and strive to pay it forward any chance I can get. Learn more about me here.