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mentorship

 [men´tor-ship] (pl. men·tor·ship)
a type of preparation for the professional role, in which a mentor works closely with another person to teach, guide, and support; it differs from preceptorship in being more intense and of longer duration.

mentorship

The state of being a mentor.
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