Mentorship Agreement

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Keagan McMahon
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What is the Mentorship Agreement?

The mentorship agreement is a guide for mentees to decide what they want to achieve throughout their mentorship relationship. The onus is on the mentee to fill out the agreement, and the mentor to review & sign off. The agreement includes sections on skills and goals, development planning, and scheduling.

The Mentorship Agreement is completely optional. However, our research has found that those mentees & mentors who complete the Mentorship Agreement tend to score higher on their pairing and have a more effective mentorship relationship.

Where do I find the Mentorship Agreement?

To find it, select your pairing from your home page, then scroll down and click Mentorship Agreement:

Note: Mentorship Agreements are available for both traditional Cohort programs and Evergreen programs. However, for Evergreen programs specifically, mentorship agreements will only be available for pairings with 3 or more sessions added. If you're a part of a Group program or peer pairing, you will not have a mentorship agreement to sign.


How do I complete the Mentorship Agreement?

Step 1: Choose & Assess your Skills and Goals 

Note: if your program does not have any goals/skills questions in your registration, the Skills and Goals sections will be missing in your Mentorship Agreement


Step 2: Fill out your Development Plan + Scheduling & Timing


Step 3: Sign Your Part of the Agreement



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