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How to Become a Mentor

If you are interested in becoming a Mentor please send an email to the Mentorship Coordinator at: outlining your interest.  Include why you think you would be a good Mentor and your rated skill level.  Include a short bio that can be shared with Mentees to help them get to know a little about you and what areas you would like to assist Mentees with (some examples might be networking, play feedback, drill partners, sharing competitive play experiences).


Once your application has been processed you will be contacted and your name, bio and contact information posted on the Club’s website.


When you are contacted by a Mentee and agree to work with them, please send an email to the Mentorship Coordinator so they are able to follow up with you when required.  The email address is:


The Mentor and Mentee(s) will negotiate the length of time of the agreement and the frequency of meeting.  Depending on schedules most agreements will not exceed two months.  Some Mentors may specifically state they are available for a given period of time only, while another may be happy with more open arrangements.  As goals are accomplished, new goals may arise, and both Mentor and Mentee can re-negotiate the time spent together.  At the conclusion of the Mentor/Mentee relationship you will be asked for feedback on your experience.  This feedback will be used to further develop and refine the Mentorship Program.

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