Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Oh Captain, My Captain! NAGC Launches Mentoring Program

Ebby Calvin LaLoosh: "Ooh, I've heard of stuff like this."
Annie Savoy: "Yeah? Have you heard of Walt Whitman?"
Ebby Calvin LaLoosh: "No. Who's he play for?"

Ah, Bull Durham, a textbook case study of mentoring if there ever was one.

Are you an experienced communicator with knowledge and expertise to share?  Are you a new communicator looking for a seasoned industry veteran to help advise you as you advance your career?

If so, look no further than NAGC's new Mentor Value Program (MVP)!

The idea is to join Mentors, established and experienced individuals in public affairs, with Mentees, professionals who are just beginning their careers.

This is a great opportunity for those who have been in the business for a number of years to share their experience and knowledge with those who would most benefit from this type of cooperative relationship.

Mentors will be joined with Mentees based on qualifications and there will be a “Welcome Reception” at the 2012 Communications School in June.

To sign up, please visit:

NAGC: Good Communications … Good Government

Mark your calendar:
June 5-8, 2012 NAGC Communications School, Sheraton National Hotel, Arlington, VA

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