Mentoring Program


Provide CNM members with an opportunity to establish a relationship with a person of faith from industry who helps members address challenges and overcome obstacles in their career/job search.


The program is currently available to members of CNM who are unemployed or underemployed and are proactively seeking new/better employment.  Mentors are selected from our parish communities and who volunteer to share their time, talent and relationships helping others.


Relationships are typically structured 1:1 so as to allow those relationships to develop further between mentees and mentors.  Either participant can conclude the relationship at any time.


The program is fairly informal where the participants define and agree on the scope of the relationship, including the establishment of objectives, desired results, deadlines and accountability.

If you are interested in our mentoring program as a mentee or mentor, click the link below and complete the brief questionnaire.

1. The Basic Anatomy of All Corporate Mentorship Programs, Vince Scalia, December 3, 2018
2.  Illustration: Society of Women Engineers, SWE Blog, October 5, 2019

Disclaimer: The Career Network Ministry (“CNM”) sincerely hopes that the Mentee’s career prospects will be enhanced by this program, but those outcomes are the responsiblity of the mentees and not of the Mentor and CNM. CNM provides no guarantees regarding the Mentee’s career growth prospects and our mentoring program does not replace the services of a professional career coach or professional counseling. Mentor/Mentee agrees to indemnify, defend and hold CNM and all staff and volunteers harmless against any loss, damage, expense, or cost, including reasonable attorney’s fees, arising out of any claim, demand, or suit asserting any losses or damages pursuant to participation in this mentoring program.

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