2020-2021 Program is Active
2020-2021 Program Information
The 2020 program began on Saturday, September 19, 2020, and will run through Saturday, April 24, 2021. Mentors and mentees will meet every couple of weeks, totaling 12 meetings before the end of the period.
The 2021 program will start accepting applications over the summer, and is expected to start up again in September 2021. Please watch Chapter emails for more details!
Mentoring Program Structure
The Mentoring Program is a structured, seven-month program bringing together Chapter members in mentoring partnerships to meet the professional development goals of the mentee.
Interested candidates are required to:
Submit your application by the due date.
Commit to the seven-month program;
- Attend three mandatory team meetings:
- Program kickoff session,
- Mid-program checkpoint, and
- Wrap-up session – see below for meeting dates)
- Complete 12 one-on-one mentoring sessions with their mentoring partner; and
- Maintain and submit a monthly activity log.
Successful completion of the seven-month program will result in 18 PDUs for PMI certified participants.
For more information on the program, read the FAQs.
There is a $160 fee for mentees. There is no cost to mentors.
We look forward to your interest and participation in the 2020-2021 Mentoring Program!
Saturday, Aug 1, 2020
Friday, Sep 4, 2020
Saturday, Sep 19, 2020
9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Saturday, Jan 9, 2021
9:00 am to 11:00 am
Saturday, Apr 24, 2021
9:00 am to 11:00 am
Share Your Experience. Be a Mentor
“Mentoring? Me? What do I know?” — A mentor profile with Brenda Boyle, PMP
Those were the first words that went through my head when I read about the Mass Bay Mentoring Program. Although involved with project and program management for the last 20+ years, I wasn’t convinced that I could take on the role of a project management mentor. The PDU’s caught my eye but me? Really? Read More
“I felt the whole mentor-mentee partnership . . . was a dynamic experience that fitted an upcoming project management professional, like me, to improve and learn successful project management practices.”
“”Learning about my mentor’s work and how he managed his career helped me consider new ways in which I might use my project management skills.”