Society of Georgia Archivists Mentoring Program
The SGA Mentoring Program is designed to contribute to the success of SGA members by encouraging individual growth, creating a sense of community within the profession, promoting thoughtful and meaningful engagement with issues, and helping participants develop competencies that strengthen the position of individuals, organizations, and programs.
The Mentoring Program
's goals are to:
- solicit mentors and mentees for the program
- facilitate the mentor/mentee relationship
- create and maintain guidelines that will help the mentor/mentee relationship grow and flourish
- assess the program to ensure that it continues to be a viable form of professional development
- provide support for program participants if issues and questions arise
The SGA Mentoring Program facilitates mentoring relationships that last twelve months. The committee created a timeline of its activities for reference.
If you are interested in participating in the mentoring program as a Mentee, please complete the registration/request form (Mentee Registration Form_2013-09.pdf). Registrations/Requests for Mentors from the Mentor Pool are accepted on a rolling basis.
If you are interested in participating in the mentoring program as a Mentor, please complete the application form (Mentor Pool Application Form_2013-09.pdf). New mentors will be accepted into the Mentor Pool on a rolling basis.
If you have any questions about the program, please contact the Program Coordinator, Lynette Stoudt at email@example.com or Assistant Coordinator, Ryan Rutkowski at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mentees and Mentors: see the attached SGA Mentoring Guidebook for helpful advice and suggestions to help make your mentoring relationships successful (SGAMentoringGuidebook_2011.pdf).