The UCSF Academic Business Officers Group (ABOG) is preparing for another round of its popular and successful mentorship program.
The program pairs high-level UCSF managers with less experienced staff members interested in advancing their careers and learning how to navigate the University.
The campus community is invited to attend information meetings on the program at three locations. The sessions will be held from noon to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, July 27 on the Parnassus campus, Millberry Union West, room MU 427; on Thursday, July 28 at Laurel Heights, room 430; and on Wednesday, Aug. 3 at San Francisco General Hospital in the Carr Auditorium.
Updated information and the applications for the Mentorship Program are posted on the ABOG website
. Applications for the program are due by Wednesday, Aug. 17.
All UCSF career employees who are administrative assistants III through management service officers III or equivalent and who are supervisors, entry-level managers or professional staff members are eligible to participate as mentorees.
University managers and executive and MSP programs (or those who have equivalent experience) are invited to serve as mentors. Mentors serves as loyal advisors, coaches or teachers who guide and challenge mentorees and who are willing to share their time and experiences.
For more information about the mentorship program, call Marge O'Halloran at 415/476-9053.
Source: Lisa Cisneros