CSTE Early Career Professionals Mentorship Program

CSTE Early Career Professionals Mentorship Program

Started in 2016, the CSTE Early Career Professionals Mentorship Program is supported by the Early Career Professionals Subcommittee and aims to build relationships and foster shared learning among applied epidemiologists. The free 10-month virtual mentorship program matches mentees and mentors on common interests and their motivation for participating in the program. Mentors and mentees meet virtually once a month to discuss personal goals and participate in professional development exercises on topics such as values and self-assessing your work style. Participants also receive a monthly newsletter with upcoming professional development opportunities and access to the Mentorship Program online platform to facilitate virtual networking.

While the CSTE Early Career Professionals Mentorship program is facilitated by CSTE, the engagement of participants is critical to the success of the program, and the program is limited depending on the availability of qualified mentors.

The program is now open and accepting applications until September 12, 2022. For more information, please click here 


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