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mentee

A person who is being or has been mentored.
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The program is free and open to the public, and is currently accepting applications for both mentors and mentees at www.
2) Helps the mentee learn to take better control of her career
Since mentorship relationships are, at their very core, inscribed with meanings of authority, wisdom and seniority, and even though many programs have moved away from a top-down "paternal" approach to a horizontal "maternal" model, the programs still tend to present the mentor as a noble "knower" and the mentee as at risk, naive or in need of saving.
Or look ahead over a three or five-year timescale if the mentee happens to be, for instance, the owner of a small business who's looking for an exit strategy.
All of the benefits mentioned for the mentor and mentee make a stronger company.
Users can register as both a mentor and mentee, list their professional work/military experience and education, and upload a resume and photo.
Furthermore, the experienced student mentors gain self-confidence and strengthen skills by demonstrating to the mentee, while the novice mentee's confidence is buoyed knowing that the mentor, too was a novice a few short months before (Riley & Fearing, 2009).
This not only supports the program, but also shows a commitment by the mentee.
The right mentor can introduce the mentee into a new network of like-minded and highly successful business leaders and help the mentee learn things not learned in school.
My responsibilities include running the operations under the guidance of the general manager and learning from our experienced team of department heads in order to complete my development as a mentee.