Creating value for your constituents, volunteers, and donors is your main goal as an organization that serves. Adding structured mentoring to your offerings means you are adding a high impact program that helps serve your community better.
With our mentoring program for nonprofits, your organization can access our expertise in creating a culture of constituent engagement, leadership, diversity, and community involvement all through a high-quality mentoring experience. Participants gain access to mentors and mentees from the local community and around the country, allowing them to further the impact of your organization.
Getting started is as simple as selecting your participants and providing us with their names and email addresses. We do the on-boarding, training, facilitation, and reporting. Our online-based 12-month program also features monthly live webinars and trainings to ensure participants are engaged and have context for approaching mentoring relationships. And, our monthly progress reports with key decision-makers help ensure you are achieving your goals for the program.
Key leadership within your organization has access to additional benefits within our mentoring program for nonprofits, as well.
Additional Engage Mentoring Program Benefits for Key Leadership
- Engage Mentoring Executive Roundtable – Program partners appoint executives to serve on the Executive Leadership Roundtable. The ELC Roundtable helps plan activities and participates in roundtable discussions throughout the year to share best practices on people-first strategies.
- Engage Breakfast – We hold an annual Engage Breakfast for people-focused leaders to convene and share best practices on employee engagement strategies and tactics and to celebrate our partners.
- Engage Quarterly Events – We hold quarterly Engage Mentoring Events with great speakers on topics related to mentoring for program participants and prospective partners.
- Community Impact – The Engage Mentoring program affords participants the opportunity to connect to mentors and also to mentor others in the program, including selected college students. This enables employers to attract, retain, and develop talent, while impacting the community.