Another year, another chance to make a new set of resolutions. And if one of your resolutions is to make a change in your career, you might want to consider a mentorship. Whether you’re the mentor or the mentee, you’re bound to gain insight from the relationship.
Lucky for you, St. Joseph’s College will host a Winter Webinar Series, offering you more knowledge about the world of mentoring and how it can help you:
Explore what mentoring looks like today. Learn how technology, work/life balance and lack of face-to-face time can impact the mentoring experience. Find out how mentors and mentees can work through challenges to create meaningful connections.
Date: Wednesday, Feb. 20, Noon EST
Facilitator: Jennifer James ’07, surveyor for The Joint Commission
Learn how mentors can gain insight and skills from their mentees in a way that showcases the dynamic relationship. Additional topics to be discussed include management and leadership styles, as well as generational differences in the workplace.
Date: Wednesday, Feb. 27, Noon EST
Facilitators: Jennifer Piscitelli ’15, E.M.B.A. ’17, practice administrator at Long Island Community Hospital
Frank Pomata, nonprofits and volunteer management consultant and counselor for Suffolk County Department of Labor
Explore the usefulness of having a mentor mid-career, and hear real-life examples of ways mentorship can enhance the experience for those with approximately 10-15 years of work experience.
Date: Wednesday, March 6, Noon EST
Facilitators: Cara Tromba-Giannillo ’89, hospital school teacher at Eastern Suffolk BOCES
Lisa DiFiore-Ridolph ’85, board-certified behavior analyst and New York state licensed psychologist
These events are free and open to the public. Those interested must register in advance at the links above (click on the name of the webinar for which you’d like to sign up; you must sign up for each individually). Attendees can watch the webinars on their electronic devices where ever they have an internet connection. Information about where and how to watch with be sent to the attendee after registering. If you have any questions, please email Associate Director of Alumni Engagement Taryn Kutujian at firstname.lastname@example.org.