The EACUBO Board of Directors is seeking mentors and mentees to participate in the eighth cohort of the EACUBO 2022 Mentoring Program, a yearlong, formal mentoring program that will begin on March 27, in conjunction with the EACUBO 2022 Spring Gathering in Philadelphia.
This engaging program will match experienced senior business and financial officers with individuals who aspire to advance their career toward top financial roles at higher education institutions. The program capitalizes on the skills and knowledge of EACUBO’s experienced leaders and their willingness to invest in building the strength and quality of the higher education business and finance administration profession. The program will also help institutions expand the pool of future business officers from diverse backgrounds and equip rising stars to serve and lead more diverse organizations.
How the Mentoring Program Works
- Download the 2022 mentee participation application, submit it along with your resume/curriculum vitae, and a letter of recommendation by March 7, 2022 to email@example.com.
- Submitted applications are reviewed, selections are made and invitations are sent to new mentees. Mentors are recruited and matched based on the positions, institution-types, locations and needs of the cohort of mentees.
- As a mentee you will be involved both in one-on-one sessions with your mentor, as
well as three formal sessions with all mentors and mentees in the cohort
at the next three EACUBO events in March, October, and March
- The group sessions will include presentations on various topics,
group discussion, and informal networking.
- In-person attendance at all
three meetings is expected, and in-person participation in the first
session is required.
- In addition to these three cohort meetings, each
mentor/mentee pair will develop their own schedule of meetings, usually
monthly, throughout the year. These meetings may be in person or via
- Coordinators are available to assist anytime.
We are also seeking great mentors! If you are a senior business officer who would like to share your knowledge and expertise or know of someone who would be a great mentor, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Colleagues are a wonderful thing - but mentors, that’s where the real work gets done.”
Junot Diaz (1968-)