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  • n. Plural form of mentorship.

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Examples

  • Those students would also participate in mentorships with Clayton in the College's newly established art studio.

    Thomas More College Launches Sacred Art Program

  • One key component of successful mentorships is having case managers who monitor communications within the triad of student-parent-mentor to help preserve these mentoring connections.

    Dr. Sherry Banks: Mentors: Modern-Day Superheroes

  • Furthermore, advanced PJ students use summer breaks for internships at newspapers while commercial and architecture photographers participate in mentorships or work as photo assistants for established photographers in their chosen field.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • So Ms. Crandall trained for her boss's job by volunteering for more work, pursuing mentorships and attending management seminars.

    Landing the Boss's Job

  • The most innovative solutions received seed money, scholarships or mentorships to turn fledgling ideas into functioning social enterprises.

    Craig and Marc Kielburger: Playing Video Games for Social Change

  • A good way to kick-start new working relationships is through mentorships, says Lisa Orrell, a workplace consultant from San Jose, Calif., who specializes in generational management.

    Filling a Generation Gap

  • How important are coaching, mentorships and leadership training in women's workplace advancement?

    Where Are All the Senior-Level Women?

  • Award-winning sf writer and teacher Nalo Hopkinson is offering $2,000 intensive, one-on-one mentorships to budding writers, via email. [via Boing Boing]

    SF Tidbits for 10/2/09

  • He will spearhead the program, which will include on-campus lectures and mentorships, and may ultimately evolve into a fine arts major being offered at the College.

    Thomas More College Launches Sacred Art Program

  • Laura Levy Kamy Wicoff Ms. Wicoff recently donated $20,000 to Girls Write Now, an organization that pairs high school girls from underprivileged New York City schools with professional writers for yearlong mentorships.

    Mentoring the Next Women Writers

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