Launched by the Troy Chamber of Commerce, the newly established mentorship program aims to match young professionals with more experienced professionals to exchange resources, provide insights and learn new skills. The goal is for participants to create a foundation of trust, to be professionally and personally rewarded by their conversations and establish connections.
To be considered for the program, mentees and mentors must fill out applications.
You can download the applications here:
Please Note: The document must be filled out electronically and emailed to Jessica@troychamber.com.
Once the application is filled out, mentees and mentors are placed in a matching process. Applications are analyzed to pair mentees with mentors that can provide the necessary resources and skills that the mentee has specifically called out in their application. Ultimately, the mentee decides who they want to be their mentor.
Once a mentor is selected, there will be a preliminary “no strings attached” meeting to make sure that the mentor/mentee is a good fit for both sides. Once matched, there will be a 6-month checkpoint to evaluate the mentorship.
It is recommended that there is contact each week, and one face-to-face contact each month set aside for interaction specific to the mentoring relationship.
This opportunity is open to Troy Chamber members. Admission is rolling so you can apply at any time.
If you have any questions, contact Jessica Hruska – (248) 641-1606 / email@example.com
About the Troy Young Professionals Network
The Troy Young Professionals Network creates and implements programs to assist professional members 35 years of age or younger. We work with local businesses to enhance opportunities for young professional participation. Our goals are:
- To create an environment where members can connect with individuals in the same stage of their career
- To help early career professionals transition and thrive in the work force through educational programs and mentorship opportunities
If you’re interested in being a part of the Troy YPN, contact Jessica Hruska.