ATTENDEE MENTOR PROGRAM
- Is this your first time attending IEEE ICC?
- Are you a student who has attended previously; but looking for guidance about your future?
- Are you looking to mentor a student or first time attendee and guide them?
IEEE ICC 2014 will provide a mentoring program to assist first time attendees and returning students with maneuvering through the conference as well as help with their future and career.
First time attendees and returning students will be assigned a mentor who has attended several
IEEE ICC conferences and/or with a mentor who has been in the field for many years.
Your mentor will assist you in deciding which sessions are best for you to attend, how to navigate the program and answer your questions about the field.
Mentors will be assigned a mentee, given their contact information and are required to meet with them at the conference. An area of the exhibit hall will be assigned as a meeting point.
You are eligible to become a mentor if you have attended at least 3 IEEE ICC conferences and have worked full time (not as a student) for the past 5 years.
TO PARTICIPATE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW:
Mentors: Go to http://mentoring.ieee.org/ementor/. Select the "Become a Mentor" link. Sign in using your IEEE.org login.
Please complete your profile thoroughly. When you answer the Mentoring Partnership question (What type of mentoring partnership are you seeking?), please select ICC2014.
If you are an existing Mentor Centre mentor, please edit your profile and change your Mentoring Partnership status to ICC2014.
Mentees: Go to http://mentoring.ieee.org/ementor/. Select the "Find a Mentor" link.
When you search, please select ICC2014 in the Mentoring Partnership question.
"Mentoring is a brain to pick, an ear to listen, and a push in the right direction." John Crosby