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A TCC Opportunity for Faculty Mentoring

Would you like to serve as a mentor to a new teaching faculty member?
Are you a non-tenured faculty member who is looking for a mentor?
Tenured teaching faculty members can serve as a mentor to a new (fall 2018) full-time teaching faculty member or continuing faculty members not yet tenured.
This year the Faculty Mentoring Program will have a new change. We have found that many younger faculty enjoy having a mentor outside of their department, but our program has only offered that service for their first year of teaching. Now we will offer mentoring to all faculty within their first five years of teaching. Therefore, any full-time non-tenured faculty may seek a mentor.
We will be matching mentors and new, or continuing faculty based on a brief survey. To indicate your interest in serving as a mentor for 2018-19, or if you would like to seek a mentor, please complete this survey as soon as possible:

We ask that all prospective mentors complete the survey even if you have served as a mentor in the past. Mentors and the new faculty they are paired with will meet at an opening reception to welcome new faculty to MCC. Thus, it is essential that in agreeing to serve as a mentor, you can commit to attending this reception on Tuesday, August 21 from 12:30- 2:00. Lunch will be provided. Location to be announced at a later date.
For more information, please visit the Faculty Mentoring Program Web Page:

Mark Sample
Anthrop/History/Poli. Science/Sociology