Online registration is now open for the Infrastructure and Sustainability Mentor Program (ISMP). Entering its ninth year, the ISMP is designed to provide CU Boulder staff an opportunity for both professional and personal development through a variety of self-directed activities as mentor team participants. The ISMP is open to all Infrastructure & Sustainability (I&S) staff who have been with the university for at least one year, and all University of Colorado staff members who want to participate in the program. Any CU Boulder staff member may participate, provided at least one team partner is an I&S Staff.
If you have ever considered developing a mentor program for your department or college, this is a great opportunity to learn from an award winning program and discover what you might implement in your own area. You can come with a partner or ISMP will assign one to you based on your expressed growth areas such as leadership development, project management, computer literacy, and more. This year’s program will be hosted via Microsoft Teams.
This is a wonderful opportunity for personal and professional development, as well as an opportunity to network with staff members from across campus. There is no cost to you to participate!
A record 53 teams (105 individuals) completed the ISMP during the 2019-2020 cohort.
Registration is available on the ISMP site.
A Speaker Series will be held virtually on Tuesday, September 8th, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. where staff from Infrastructure and Sustainability will speak about the program, and answer questions. Click here to RSVP and receive meeting information.
For questions about the program, please contact Kelsey Draper at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-735-6176.