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Synonyms for mentor

one who advises another, especially officially or professionally

to give recommendations to (someone) about a decision or course of action

Synonyms for mentor

a wise and trusted guide and advisor

serve as a teacher or trusted counselor

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Mentor relationships often stem from friendships and last for an entire career and beyond.
New hires, around the time of their first performance evaluation, can then choose a mentor at the firm.
The mentor teachers were asked if they would participate in a study to explore mentor teachers' professional development while working with new urban teachers.
There should be policies and procedures in place that outline the expected responsibilities of a mentor, such as how often mentors and teens should interact and the types of mentoring activities that support programs goals and objectives.
2000), it is natural that college students might search, albeit unsuccessfully, for one mentor who resembles the person they want to become.
Offering structured learning opportunity for the mentor.
Additionally, both the National Education Association (NEA) and the American Federation of Teachers (AFT), the nation's largest teachers' unions, are in accord in their encouragement of the establishment of peer review and assistance programs under which all beginning teachers would be assigned a mentor.
Based on her experience as a mentor, Connock recognizes that once her proteges "graduate," they will establish their own routines using the tools she has provided them.
In focus groups I've done, medical students believe that anyone going into an organization that employs more than a handful of people needs a mentor.
With roots in the 19th century, these empowerment programmes gained new life in the mid-1980s, according to Shayne Schneider, President of Mentors Unlimited.
Whether it is an informal arrangement between two individuals or a formalized, structured program sanctioned by the organization, mentoring involves the provision of wise assistance by a mentor to a protege.
Mentoring is absolutely critical,'' said Holmes, who says she had a ``fabulous'' mentor who helped her start her own automobile leasing company in 1985, after she left teaching.
Mentor will host "The Lowdown on Low Power -- Views from the Experts," moderated by Richard Goering, EE Times Editor.