The Mentoring Committees’ overall goal is to adequately equip and assist CPCU Candidates & GIS students in achieving the CPCU designation. The committee also seeks to assist new designees & Society members with becoming active chapter members, mentors and/or mentees in an effort to support personal and professional development.
What are the benefits of a mentorship?
Mentors are resources to assist during the process of acquiring the designation
Mentors can serve as a place to find encouragement
Mentors can also provide guidance and advice for new designees who are continuing on with his/her professional development
Mentors can serve as guides on how to get involved in the local Dallas CPCU Chapter
Mentorships are great networking opportunities
Mentorships are another avenue of giving back and helping others
How do I sign-up to be a mentor?
Follow the link below, view the demo, and sign-up!
Do I have to be in a long term mentorship?
No, there is an option to only do “Flash Mentoring”.Flash Mentoring is the opportunity to make a one-time connection with the option of turning into a long-term mentorship as you see fit.
Do I have the option to be in a long-term mentorship?
Yes, there is an option for a traditional mentorship that will last a minimum of 6 months and can be designed and catered to your preferences.
Can I be a mentor and a mentee?
Yes, you may be a mentor and a mentee.
If you are interested in becoming a mentor and/or a mentee please follow the link below and sign-up TODAY!!
For your ease of access there is also the CPCU Mentoring App: Chronus Mobile App for On-the-Go Mentoring & Networking, also accessible on the link noted above.
John A. Martinez, Jr., CPCU