EPIP LA is thrilled to announce that it is accepting applications for its tenth year of the Mentorship Program. Through its Mentorship Program, EPIP LA aims to provide participants with the tools needed to develop and maintain meaningful connections with experienced leaders and their peers.
The EPIP LA Mentorship program connects emerging leaders in the philanthropic field with a seasoned leader to serve as a mentor and like-minded peers to support them on their journey.
Participants meet to discuss their individual professional interests and brainstorm potential matches. The Steering Committee assists in matching each participant with a mentor in the field who is available to meet on a regular basis for the year (approximately four meetings total). On alternate months, the cohort of mentees meets to discuss their professional challenges, progress on personal goals, and share learning from their mentor relationships. Participants need to be available at least once a month for the duration of the program.
Please complete this form to apply for the 2023 Mentorship Program cohort. Applications are due by Friday, December 16, 2022. Applicants must be available to participate in an evening group interview during the second week of January (tentatively January 14th) and willing to commit to the full year of the program if selected.
Feel free to contact the EPIP LA Steering Committee with any questions, comments, and concerns you may have at [email protected].
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the time commitment required to participate?
Approximately three to four hours per month, through the end of the calendar year.
Do I need to have already identified a potential mentor to apply?
No. The program will walk you through the matching process.
How many mentees will be accepted?
Five to eight individuals will be accepted.
How does the matching process work?
During the interview process, applicants are asked to identify key knowledge and experience they would seek in a mentor. After being selected to be a part of the Mentorship Program, the Mentorship Program Chair, and Steering Committee will work one-on-one with the mentee to curate and prioritize a list of potential mentors.
Will I have to personally contact someone to be my mentor?
No. The Mentorship Program Chair will contact a potential mentor on your behalf to explain the program and establish expectations prior to the mentor committing to the program.
How much does it cost to participate?
Meetings with your cohort will be sponsored by EPIP LA. Individual meetings with your mentor may take place over the phone, Zoom, and other in-person or virtual options.
Where will the meetings be held?
Cohort meetings will be planned and scheduled by members of the cohort, based on availability and convenience. The past two year’s meetings were held via Zoom and this year we plan on a hybrid of in-person and virtual meeting options.
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