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Mentor + protégé = leadership development
Mentoring programs for faculty and staff are providing coaching, encouragement, leadership and professional career development for Fresno State aspiring leaders.

The offices of Faculty Affairs and Organizational Excellence are collaborating with Dr. Kenneth Magdaleno from the Mentoring Center to coordinate these programs. The mentoring program connects a protégé with a mentor — usually an experienced person who is passionate about the University and being a campus leader.

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Mentoring Summit – Breakout Sessions Announced

5th Annual Mentoring Summit
Expanding Our Horizons, New Dimensions in Mentoring

October 28, 2016 – 7:30am to 4:00pm
California State University Fresno – North Gym 118

Education….Community Organizing….Business Sector

 

Breakout Sessions Include

• Meaningful Work Changing Student Behavior with School Jobs
• T.E.A.M
• Mentoring with an Equity Lens
• A Narrative Approach to Developing Caring Relationships
• Peer to Peer Mentoring in a Comprehensive Internship
• Mentoring: Evidence-based Mentoring to Support and Retain Beginning Special Education Teachers: An Overview of Free Online Resources
• Integrating Successful Strategies In The Workplace To Increase Leadership Capacities In Others – A Reflection of Best Practices From A Mentor/Protégé Two Year Model
• Fostering Graduate Success Through Mentorship: A Case Study

 

Read the full descriptions at: http://clearvoz.com/schedule-and-breakout-sessions/