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Menotiring University of Maryland Extension Faculty

A key component of employee development, mentoring provides invaluable early career support, direction, and perspective to help faculty be successful. Mentoring requires dedicated investment and commitment by the organization, mentor and mentee. This manual provides mentoring principles, guidelines, and best practices garnered through review of the literature and key informant interviews with established mentoring programs throughout the Cooperative Extension System.
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