Application Process and Forms
Apply Online to Become a Mentor or Mentee
Note: Employees must be in good standing to be considered for commission membership. For University activities such as commissions and award programs, a faculty or staff member is considered to be in ‘good standing’ if the individual is meeting the expectations of his/her position and has not been the recipient of recent discipline. The individual should also exhibit qualities such as civility, collegiality, and a commitment to the overall success of his/her department.
The Penn State Commission for Women’s Mentoring Program is no longer accepting applications for mentees or mentors for the 2015–16 academic year.
Applications will be accepted for the 2016–17 academic year beginning March 1, 2016 and lasting until March 31, 2016.
The mentoring program promotes professional and personal development for full-time Penn State faculty, exempt and nonexempt staff, and technical service employees by pairing mentees with mentors who can provide advice and resources to help them meet individual and specific professional goals such as career planning, job skills enhancement, and greater University involvement.