Mentor Program


Find a Mentor. Be a Mentor.

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 Friday September 6, 2019;
  • Commit to the seven-month program;
  • Attend three mandatory team meetings (one three-hour kickoff training session, one mid-program checkpoint, and a wrap-up session – see below for meeting dates);
  • Attend 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.

Submit your application to

We look forward to your participation and working with you in the 2019-2020 Mentoring Program!

2019 Program Dates

Registration Deadline:Friday, Sep 6, 2019 
Kick-Off Meeting:Saturday, Sep 28, 20199:00 am to 12:00 pm
Midpoint Meeting:Saturday, Jan 11, 20209:00 am to 11:00 am
Graduation:Saturday, Apr 25, 2020

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

Mentee Feedback

 “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.”

“Invest the time to create a well-structured, open relationship with your mentor. It can help you achieve your goals.”

“”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.”

“My most rewarding experience as a mentee has been when my mentor has offered support without stifling my individuality or my wish to do things differently. He helped me build a strong foundation and then let me go, and I was able to take risks and go out to implement them as my own.”

PMI Mass Bay Chapter
465 Waverley Oaks Road
Suite 421
Waltham, MA 02452

TEL: 781-894-1842
FAX: 781-647-7222