Individual Development Plan (IDP) and Mentoring Partnership Agreement
Individual Development Plans (IDPs) have been shown to increase career satisfaction and productivity by 20-50 percent and reduce conflicts between mentees and mentors.
Additional Career Development Resources
Additional Resources Related to Avoiding Bias in Reference Letters
Use either of these forms to evaluate and give feedback to your mentor on their mentoring skills. The Mentoring Competency Assessment (MCA) may be done anonymously. Your mentor may include these evaluations in their promotion and merit reviews to assist in documenting their mentoring efforts.
If you find yourself confronted with a distressed or distressing student, whether it be a mentee, student in your course, student employee, etc., the response protocol linked below may assist you in determining the appropriate steps to take to support the student.
If you are unsure of how to assist a student, submit an Office of Student Support and Judicial Affairs (OSSJA) Student Support Referral using the link below:
Once a referral is made, the student will be assigned an OSSJA Case Manager who will reach out to the student and connect them with resources as appropriate. The case managers can request welfare checks be done on students to ensure their safety.