The NCBC Mentor program is designed to connect new and existing members of NCBC so that they can promote its mission of developing leadership, education and advocacy by creating mutually beneficial relationships. The program aims to enhance the participant’s professional and personal development while increasing their overall knowledge and understanding of the judicial system and court operations through a one-to-one relationship.
What is Mentoring?
Mentoring is a partnership between a seasoned and experienced NCBC member (the Mentor) and a NCBC member in good standing (the Mentee) who desires additional professional knowledge, expertise or guidance. The partnership is based on trust, respect and confidentiality. Through mentoring, the Mentor will guide, support, answer questions, provide referrals and share experiences and known opportunities with the Mentee.