The goal of the Supporting Services Mentoring Program is to provide mentors to both new employees and existing staff to help them excel in their roles, direct them to training and on-the-job work experiences, and prepare them for career development opportunities.
The Mentoring Program supports the Board of Education's Strategic Priority 4: Improve the recruitment, retention, and distribution of a high-quality diverse staff.
The Mentoring Program is a peer mentoring program is a voluntary program that pairs mentors and mentees and helps new employees adjust to their jobs, helps existing employees excel in their careers, and provides employees with guides on valuable training to work towards professional goals.
Review this slide deck to learn about how the mentoring program works.
Review the list of mentors below. Click on the name of the mentor you would like to connect with to send them an email.
After your initial contact with the mentor, if you both agree to meet, complete the MCPS Mentoring Program for Supporting Services: Mentee Agreement Form
Meet the MCPS Mentors for supporting services employees below.
If you are interested in connecting with a mentor, click on their name below to send an email.
Note: Please see the information under the How to Get Started tab to learn more about the program before contacting a mentor.