WSU staff mentorship

Washington State University will once again be conducting the Staff Mentoring and Professional Development Program in the spring of 2024. Applications for this once a year cohort are available through Friday, May 31.

The purpose of the WSU Staff Mentoring Program is to develop relationships and facilitate interaction among staff, resulting in a stronger, more collaborative environment. Specifically, the goal is to provide new and existing staff with a valuable resource, a mentor, who offers support and encouragement and is the point of reference for many additional resources.

With supervisory approval, the mentor/mentee program is available to all WSU staff system-wide.

Applications and further information is available on the Learning and Organizational Development Staff Mentoring web page. If you have questions, please contact Learning and Organizational Development at hrstraining@wsu.edu.

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