Mentorship

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Mentorships

TechUnited Mentorship Cohort

About the Cohort

Our cohort will empower those that build the future.

The cohort includes:

  • At least three hours of individual mentorship over three months.
  • Group networking and education opportunities.

You will be partnered with a regional business leader. We will do our best to match you with a mentor that exemplifies the support you request. Mentorship is open to anyone – TechUnited members and nonmembers, early career through late career, founders and employees.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Empowering those
who build the future.

We are accepting applications for our secondmentorship cohort to begin March 1, 2021.

Please note, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our cohort will be in a virtual format.

Mentee Requirements

  • Participate in at least three hours of mentoring (virtual or in person) over the quarter.
  • Participate in at least one mentor session per month over the three-month cohort duration.
  • Participate in at least one group networking/educational/mentoring event and attend at least two webinar events.
  • Mentees will notify mentors of any potential conflict of interests.
  • Sign NDAs and confidentiality agreements with their mentors as appropriate.
  • Sign a “charter” outlining roles, responsibilities, and expectations with both their mentor and TechUnited.
  • Share their experiences (highs, lows, etc.) during and after the cohort session and allow relevant information to be shared publicly by TechUnited.
  • Allow their profiles/story to be shared publicly by TechUnited.
  • Presents periodic performance reports and metrics to the chief executive officer and other leadership.
  • Mentees will not disparage TechUnited or mentor.

Mentor Requirements

  • Commit to at least three hours of mentoring (virtual or in person) over the quarter.
  • Commit to providing at least one mentor session per month over the three-month cohort duration.
  • Mentors could decide to continue to mentor the mentee at the conclusion of the cohort.
  • Commit to participating in at least one in-person group networking / educational
    / mentoring event (e.g., give a talk to the group, etc.) or an online group webinar as a speaker.
  • Participate in at least two sequential cohorts.
  • The minimum number of mentees a mentor will have is one. However, the mentor may choose to have more than one mentee per cohort session.
  • Provide sound mentoring and avoid any conflict of interests.
    Sign NDAs and confidentiality agreements with their mentees as appropriate.
  • Mentors will have the ability to invest in (if there is not a conflict of interest) mentee’s organizations.
  • Sign a “charter” outlining roles, responsibilities, and expectations with both the mentee and TechUnited.
  • Mentors will have the ability to invest in (if there is not a conflict of interest) mentee’s organizations.
  • Mentors will sign a “charter” outlining roles, responsibilities for the mentee and TechUnited.
  • Share their experiences (highs, lows, etc.) during and after the cohort session and allow relevant information to be shared publicly by TechUnited.
  • Allow their profiles/story to be shared publicly by TechUnited.
  • Mentors will not disparage TechUnited or mentees.