Meeting/Event Information

Multiply | 2019 Mentorship Program Kick-Off Event

February 07, 2019
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

1101 2nd Ave #100
Seattle, WA 98101

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2019 Multiply Program Mentors and Mentees are invited to attend the 2019 Mentorship Kick-Off Event to launch a new year of learning and personal growth! This event is only open to 2019 Multiply program participants. To learn more about the program and apply, please see the text below, or visit the Multiply Program page.

To register and attend this event, please contact Chris Imbeau at [email protected]

About Multiply: 

Multiply is a year-long mentorship program aimed at supporting the growth and development of both the mentor and mentee. Through this program, mentee applicants will be matched with a mentor and encouraged to engage in monthly meetings to establish career track goals, work through current challenges, and be inspired to grow in their profession. It also includes quarterly homework to help strengthen the bond between the pairings and provide goals and deliverables to help keep both parties accountable to each other.

Mentees will have the opportunity to glean knowledge of the industry, understand the inner workings of marketing and business development specific tracks, and higher reaching personal strategic goals and development. Mentors will have the opportunity to practice their management and leadership skills as well as share their knowledge of the A/E/C industry.

This year-long program will give enough time for pairings to complete their “homework” task and enough meeting times to get to know each other. Homework is developed to help strengthen the bond between the pairings and give some goals and deliverables to help keep both parties accountable to each other. Example would be a personal strategic plan.

All prospective mentors and mentees must complete the application form and submit it along with a current resume that includes work history, educational background, special skills and interests, and any other relevant biographical information. The information is intended to assist the committee to match mentor / mentee pairs based upon experience, interest, and career tracks.

At the end of the year, the continuation of the pairing will be up to the individuals and not guided by SMPS. Mentors and mentees can sign up for another pairing each year if they wish.

Learn more and apply for the program here. Applications are due on January 25th, 2019.