Nebraska Library Commission Mentoring - 21st Century Mentoring Program How the Program Works What Nebraskans Say Mentor Qualities
Nebraska Library Commission
1200 N Street, Suite 120
Lincoln, NE 68508-2023
(Lincoln & outside Nebraska)
800-307-2665 (Nebraska only)
What Mentors Do
As a working library professional, you have a wide range of experiences to bring to a mentoring relationship. You can be a source of advice and information to someone who is interested in pursuing or furthering their library career. Being a mentor can provide you with the opportunity to make a difference in someone's life and to contribute to the library profession.
Guide library workers and others who are interested in pursuing education in library studies.
Inform mentees about the scholarship, stipend, and internship opportunities to support their education and skill development in library studies and library work.
Assist mentees in becoming knowledgeable about the library field and library job opportunities.
Assist mentees in finding work in Nebraska libraries and in developing professional skills to enhance their library careers.
Connect mentees with people, opportunities, information, and resources.
Assist mentees in developing strategies to be successful in Library Technical Assistant, Bachelor’s, School Library Media and MLS educational programs.
Supported in part by funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services 21st Century Librarian Project, administered by the Nebraska Library Commission. © 2006
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