AFP Mentorship Program

Spring 2017 program graduates Amalia Schoone CFRE, Mentor, Anya Gordan, Mentee, Dawn Wollenzien, Mentor and James Maletta, MenteeProvides Opportunity for Personal and Professional Development

Created with the original goal of linking seasoned professionals with emerging fundraisers to share wisdom, gain insight, and hone professional skills, the AFP Mentorship Program has also created lasting friendships. 

Applications for the next class of mentors and mentees are due April 6th

Here’s what YOU could gain from mentorship!

Individualized professional development-You set the agenda to fit what you are working on now.

Share ideas-Expand your fundraising knowledge!

Get insight- Have a problem you are working to solve?  Bring it to your mentor meeting!  After all, two heads are always better than one.

Give back-Enjoy the rewarding experience of mentorship

Want a mentor or protégé? Don’t delay! Applications are due April 6th!

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A few of the Spring 2017 program graduates.
From left to right: Amalia Schoone CFRE, Mentor; Anya Gordan, Mentee; Dawn Wollenzien, Mentor and James Maletta, Mentee