CCYP’s MENTOR MONDAY PROGRAM
Next topic: Work Life Balance: How to manage it all and have fun trying
BARNSTABLE, MA – December 2, 2014 – CCYP has announced the Mentor Monday series as part of the Career Connect Mentor Exchange. Cape & Islands Workforce Investment Board is the Presenting Sponsor for the Mentor Mondays. The topic of this month’s career development event is “Work Life Balance: How to manage it all and have fun trying.” The speakers are Courtney Poignand, Owner and Founder of Center for Self Care and Brad Glass, Leadership Coach for The Road Not Taken.
This month’s Mentor Monday is scheduled for December 8, 2014, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. at Alberto’s Restaurant in Hyannis, and Cape Cod Healthcare is the Evening Sponsor for this event.
CCYP’s Career Connect Mentor Exchange addresses concerns of young professionals seeking the advice and guidance from experienced leaders in the Cape Cod business community. Given that the holiday season is upon us, the topic should appeal to many.
“Mentor Monday is an exciting new program that is, in essence, speed mentoring,” said Anne Van Vleck, executive director, CCYP. “There’s a different topic every month and each event features dinner and a presentation, following by small group round table discussions led by mentors. Mentor Monday is a pillar of the Mentor Exchange to help young professionals start or advance their careers or businesses.” It is open to all, whether or not they are enrolled in the full mentoring program.
Through mentoring, young professionals receive help to clarify goals, add skills, build networks, find resources, and add value to organizations and the community.
The schedule and topics for Mentor Monday includes:
January 12, 2015 -- Community involvement; helping others and advancing your career
February 23, 2015 -- Entrepreneur thinking: start and run a business or think like an owner
March 16, 2015 -- The brand of you: Promoting yourself effectively
April 13, 2015 -- Managing others: what’s your best leadership style
May 18, 2015 -- Effective network building; Connecting comfortably online and in person
Mentor Mondays require no application and are open to the public. Each event is stand alone, with a small fee of $10 for dinner and simply requires registration online at the CCYP website (there is no charge for those enrolled in the Mentor Exchange as a Mentor or Mentee). CCYP’s Mentor Exchange has been created through the generous support of The Innovation Institute of the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative, and in partnership with the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce and Listening 2 Leaders.
CCYP was founded in November 2005 with the idea that Cape Cod could benefit from an organization of young people dedicated to the betterment of the region. Today CCYP is the only organization of its kind serving the region. For more information about CCYP, visit www.capecodyoungprofessionals.org