DO YOU WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
Are you looking to make a difference in the career of a supply chain professional, or looking to mentor and inspire future leaders in supply chain? Be part of the SCLAA National Mentoring Program.
We are very excited to that applications are NOW OPEN for the annual SCLAA National Mentoring Program which will run from June to December 2023. If you are looking to take the next step in your supply chain logistics career or ready to lead and inspire others in your field, look no further the SCLAA’s National Mentoring Program.
The program matches experienced Supply Chain & Logistics professionals (Mentors) with upcoming Supply Chain & Logistics practitioners and students (Mentees). The duration of the program is from June’23 to Dec’23.
Applications for the SCLAA Mentoring Program have now closed.
All those who express interest in the program will receive an email with a link for them to provide information to correctly match them to a Mentee/Mentor.
TURN KNOWLEDGE INTO ACTION
Mentoring is a protected partnership which fosters the growth of skills, knowledge and practical advice to advance an individuals career development through positive encouragement. After matching a Mentee to their Mentor, the mentee will work closely with them gain industry exposure, build conﬁdence and leadership skills, develop career strategies and their professional growth.
The six month program consists of 6 x virtual one on one monthly meetings
between Mentor & Mentee, each meeting will run for 1 hour maximum.
Program guidelines, expectations & formal introduction between Mentor & Mentee.
Mentor to assist Mentee to identify their strengths and overcome their challenges.
Chart career & professional goals.
Understand industry challenges & opportunities.
Mentee & Mentor share their experiences.
If you have any questions about this mentorship program don't hesitate to contact us.
ROLE OF THE
Responsible for driving the relationship & scheduling meetings with their mentor.
ROLE OF THE
To guide & help the mentee to set career goals and advance professional development.