Lead Mentoring is dedicated to…

  • Knowledge and skills to succeed in the application to master’s and doctoral degree programs and/or occupation skill sets to serve diverse populations and community needs
  • Resiliency factors for completing educational and career associated goals
  • Dedication to diversity, cultural competence, and advocacy factors important in serving as leaders in educational and community settings
  • Recognizing personal and professional value for community service and social advocacy
  • Integration of technology to extend visibility, communication, and accessibility for networking, collaborating, and continuous learning opportunities
  • Creating meaningful relationships via the dyadic exchange—mentoring—through the lens of humanistic theory (Rogers, 1957) and social learning