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Mentoring Program
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The Planned Giving Group of New England (PGGNE) continues to offer this longstanding program aimed to aide entry-to junior-level PGGNE members with their professional growth in the field of planned giving.

 

**NOTICE** Currently accepting applications for the 2019-2020 Mentoring Program!

 

The Value of Mentorship
The Mentoring Program will match entry-to junior-level PGGNE members who are seeking a mentor with mid- or senior-level members. This is a great opportunity to enhance professional networks as well as to obtain insightful and practical tips from ore seasoned professionals.

 

 

How Does the Program Work?

  • Submit a Mentee or Mentor application using the "Apply" button below. The deadline for participation is October 4, 2019.
  • PGGNE will conduct the matching process and notify participants of their mentor/mentee match as soon as practicable. 
  • Mentors and Mentees will be asked to sign an agreement of intent for the program.
  • Mentors and Mentees are jointly responsible for making initial contact. All mentors should be available for at least three individual meetings with mentees during the year and at least two phone calls. 
  • After the initial contact between the mentor and mentee, mentees should take responsibility for getting the most out of this relationship, and seeking reasonable assistance with their professional growth throughout the year.

 

  Apply

 

Also, download/complete the Mentoring Program Agreement.

 

Benefits of PGGNE Mentorship


Ruth Maffa talks about her experience in the PGGNE Mentoring Program 

 

 

 

Read an interview with a Mentor and Mentee.


 

 

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