Mentorship Program

LWHRA is seeking exceptional HR professionals to join our 2019 Mentorship program, now in its 12th year. We are currently accepting applications for mentors and mentees.

 

Who We Are:

  • The LWHRA mentorship program is a developmental partnership through which mentors share their knowledge, skills, information, and perspective to foster the professional growth of their mentees.

  • The LWHRA Mentorship Program supports the Chapter’s objective of "furthering the ongoing enhancement of a dynamic, diverse membership and, as a result, the HR profession through learning and networking.”

  • We give senior-level HR professionals an opportunity to "give back” to our members and our profession through a one-of-a-kind opportunity for collaboration, goal achievement, and problem-solving.

  • We provide an opportunity for Mentors to earn up to 5 general recertification credits each year and up to 10 credits over three years.

Who You Are:

Mentors

You facilitate professional growth for an individual by sharing the knowledge and insights you have learned throughout your years as a Human Resources Professional. The individual filling this role demonstrates that he or she has the right qualifications and is capable of carrying out the following responsibilities through:

  • Membership in SHRM, with LWHRA as your designated chapter affiliation with SHRM.

  • SPHR/PHR or an HR specialization certification (preferred, though not required).

  • A minimum of 5 years of experience in Human Resources. This can be a combination of HR management, generalist, consultant, or

    a specialist

    role (i.e., benefits, compensation, recruitment, etc.).

  • Willingness to make a 10-month commitment, starting in March, to your Mentee with at least one hour per month of face-to-face meetings.

  • Available to your mentee by phone and/or email throughout the month for typically non-urgent or non-time sensitive consultations.

  • Attendance at monthly group meetings (required for participation in the Mentorship Program).

Mentees

You are an achiever seeking developmental advancement through opportunities to learn and excel. The individual filling this role demonstrates that he or she has the right qualifications and is capable of carrying out the following responsibilities through:

  • Membership in SHRM, with LWHRA as your designated chapter affiliation with SHRM.

  • Consider yourself a dedicated professional wishing to gain additional knowledge in Human Resources.

  • Willingness to make a 10-month commitment, starting in March, to your Mentor with at least one hour per month of face-to-face meetings.

  • Attendance at monthly group meetings (required for participation in the Mentorship Program).



 


How to Apply (Both Mentor and Mentee)

If you believe you are the right individual for this role, please submit your cover letter and current resume to the following email Matt Clarich

Please make sure your cover letter includes the following and note that all information will be kept confidential:

  • Your name and title

  • Name of your company or organization

  • Contact phone number(s)

  • Home / Work email addresses

  • A description of your Human Resources background (1-2 paragraphs is fine)

  • What you are hoping to achieve through your participation in the Mentorship program

  • At least three important aspects you are looking for in your Mentor/Mentee partner

Mentors:

In your email please use as your subject line: "2019 LWHRA Mentorship Program – Mentor Application.” Deadline to submit your cover letter and resume is March 1, 2019.

 

Mentees:

In your email, please use as your subject line: "2019 LWHRA Mentorship Program – Mentee Application”. Deadline to submit your cover letter and resume is March 1, 2019.

If you have questions or need additional information, please contact Matt Clarich.