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SE3 Long-Term Mentorship Program - Call for Mentees!

Monday, February 25, 2019  
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SE3 is launching a Long-Term Mentorship Program! The goal of the program is to create mentee-mentor pairs or groups across age, experience, and firms to encourage less experienced engineers to gain strategic guidance and career advice.

In our 2016 survey, we found that respondents with identified mentors reported being more satisfied with career trajectory and career choice. SEAONC has long fostered a strong community among structural engineers in the Bay Area, and the SE3 mentorship program seeks to strengthen that legacy.  

“Having a mentor motivated me to focus on my career goals rather than just my daily tasks and assignments. I hadn’t thought about that until I had a mentor who asked me those questions and showed interest in my development.”
- Tim Hart, SEAONC President  

“Mentorship orients us to the greater world of our profession, and helps us become the best version of ourselves.”
- Taryn Williams, SEAONC Past President

Mentees - Apply Today! If you are interested in participating in the first year of our long-term mentorship program, please fill out this application. The commitment involves participating in a few 1-hr mentorship sessions throughout the year, as well as a kick-off and closing event. We are looking for mentees with a range of experience levels, students welcome! Applications close 3/8.

If you know anyone who may be interested in being a mentee, please pass on this application. If you have any questions, please email us at se3@seaonc.org.


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Mission: To advance the practice of structural engineering, to build community among our members, and to educate the public regarding the structural engineering profession.

Vision: A world in which structural engineers are valued by the public for their contributions to building a safer and stronger community.