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Your Mentor Match

July 2014

This month's InnerView Career Q&A highlights the importance of finding a mentor you connect with. A mentor is a fantastic resource who often has experience in your desired field, offering advice and support with equal measure. Read on for three tips on how to find a professional mentor and foster a rewarding relationship!

Q: How do I find a professional mentor? - K.Robinson, Washington, DC

A: A mentor is an invaluable asset for any individual looking to learn the ropes and excel in a particular field, or break into another one. Having a professional mentor is a great way to get an “inside look” into the market, employment trends and more. Some tips on how to find your mentor match:

1. Identify what you want from a mentor. What do you hope to gain from this relationship? What are your expectations and career aspirations? Are there specific concerns you hope to get some help addressing? Identifying what you want from the mentor-mentee relationship will aid you in your search, save time and energy, and also foster a rewarding relationship.



Nurys Harrigan is president of Careers In Nonprofits, the experts in nonprofit staffing and recruiting with offices in Chicago and Washington, D.C.

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