WIFI Mentoring Program – Mentee Application

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Thank you for your interest in the WIFI Mentoring Program! Please note: at this time we are not accepting applications.

The participant expectations outlined below are the result of an extensive review process intended to create the best match and overall experience.

Please read these parameters prior to filling out the application and check the box below indicating that you have read and understood them. It is imperative that all applicants are able to commit to the time requirements and expectations as listed below.

PLEASE NOTE: You should allow yourself at least 30 minutes to complete this application You might want to print the application and think about your answers before you submit the form.

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If you have questions please contact enorton@twoten.org

INDUSTRY QUALIFICATIONS

MENTEE: Applicants must have minimum of 1 year footwear experience / 3 years in fashion industry or current discipline (i.e. Marketing, Ecommerce, etc).

Please Note: *If you are an entrepreneur, you need to have been in business for at least 1 year to quality.

TIME REQUIREMENTS –  This program will require at least 3 hours per month  over the 12 months including talking and meeting as well as planning, reflecting, journaling or other prep work.

ANNUAL EXPECTATIONS

1. Commitment of 12 months, with sessions averaging once per month.
2. Sessions lasting a minimum of 50 minutes—1 hour each.
3. First meeting to occur in person, or at least via Skype, within first month after match.
4. Within a year, each pair to meet in person at least 2-3 times.
5. After halfway point and upon completion of 12 month cycle, a process feedback survey to be completed and returned to the Two Ten WIFI Mentoring Committee for review.
6. Willingness from both parties to address the specific needs of each person from the start, in order to build a trustworthy, productive relationship and create a valuable experience for both mentee and mentor.
7. Ability to adhere to a Confidentiality Agreement regarding conversations that take place and information shared.
8. This relationship should be mentee-driven. While the relationship is a two-way street—learning and teaching are expected from both sides mentees are expected to set the agenda and proactively schedule meetings and calls.
9. Mentees must have at least one primary goal they would like to address with their mentor, with a maximum of 3.