What is one thing that Steve Jobs, Benjamin E. Mays, Maya Angelou and Luther Powell all have in common? All of them were mentors to individuals who accomplished great things in the world. Mr. Jobs mentored Mark Zuckerberg, Mr. Mays mentored Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Ms. Angelou mentored Oprah Winfrey and Mr. Powell mentored his son, retired Gen. Colin Powell.
If you already have a mentor, continue to build that bond. If you are searching for a mentor, reach out to a person you respect and want to someday emulate. Remember: mentorship is a two-way street. It takes time, effort and most of all, a willingness to open yourself up to new experiences. The effort you make today can elevate your career to the next level!
Mentoring: Why is mentoring important?
Ms. Patricia Young
AFMC Executive Director
Guidance, support play role in mentoring dynamics
Gail Forest Director, AFMC Engineering & Technical Management
The principles of mentorship
Director, AFMC Contracting
Do I need a mentor?
AFMC Senior Financial Advisor
Mentoring: Developing discipline & mastery
Master Sgt. Michael Stevens
Military Training Flight Chief
All because of my mentors
Capt. Andrew Beckman, AFMC A5/8/9
New environment brings chances for career collaboration, mentoring
Keri Poole, Air Force Personnel Center Staffing, WPAFB
Mentors can help shape career outlook, resiliency
Rebecca Houghton, AFMC Directorate of Contracting
Mentors provide guidance, expectations amid new Air Force experiences
Mike King, 88th Force Support Development Education
AFMC Mentor Handbook 2018
AFMC Mentee Handbook 2018
Air Force Manual 36-2643, Air Force Mentoring Program
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