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ASLA Colorado is accepting mentors for the students at UCD and CSU. The mentor program began in September of 2014 and concludes in May 2015. The time commitment and effort is minimal - about one hour per month. It's really that easy and it is very rewarding. Please help make a difference in a student's professional development.
- The program is design to begin in September of the respective school year and terminate in May of the following year. This is in effort to capture one active school year with the mentee and provide professionals time off during the summer.
- The time commitment and effort is minimal - about one hour per month, but most likely less.
- The students will contact you to meet, work around your schedule, come to the location of your choosing, and will provide the material for your discussions.
- CSU students will travel down to Denver to meet (if needed).
- The guidelines of the mentorship are clearly listed on the back page and require a signature.
- Items such as professionalism as well as this not being job recruitment are covered.
- OVERALL - We hope to foster a relationship between students and professionals that allow both parties to increase their understanding of the many facets of landscape architecture.
- Please help make a difference in a student’s professional development!
If you are interested in becoming a mentor please fill-in the Mentor Program Form, sign the code of ethics and e-mail it to Sarah Doyle at: [email protected]
For information on the University of Colorado Denver Student Chapter, click here
For information on the CSU Student Chapter, click here
Want to Become a Mentor or Be Mentored?
Have a mentor program you would like ASLA Colorado to support?
E-mail [email protected] for more information about our mentoring opportunities
Other mentoring opportunities include:
ACE Mentor Volunteers Needed for 2015
The 2015 lineup of LA volunteers for the ACE Mentor high school mentoring program is being assembled now.To sign up as a volunteer or for more information contact Mark Tabor at: [email protected].