Welcome to the APEX Mentoring Program for 2015! We would like to invite you to join us in a mentoring program for the purpose of serving you! Mentees, do you need guidance for your career? Are you looking to move your career to the next level? Mentors, do you want to give back the advice you wish you had when you started your career? Do you want to join a tight-knit network of like-minded professionals? Do you want to mentor and identify up and coming talent for your company needs? Join us in a completely non-profit program built to help serve the community.
The APEX Mentoring Program (AMP) is a unique, small-group mentoring program designed to match mentor-mentee pairs with the mission of developing future leaders by helping Asian Pacific Islander Americans (APIA) with professional and personal development. Young professionals are paired with experienced professionals based on common career interests and goals. Throughout the program, mentors and mentees will be presented with numerous opportunities to foster their personal and professional development, through AMP workshops focused on topics such as goal setting, networking, career strategies, and leadership. The program begins in April and ends in August.
Mentees have generally 5 years of experience or less in their current industry.
Mentors generally have 5 years of experience or more in their current industry.
When you apply, please make sure that you are available for the following dates:
Please make sure you can attend the following dates around Downtown Los Angeles:
Opening Ceremony, Saturday, April 11th, 9:30AM - 12PM
Workshop #1, Saturday, May Date TBD.
Workshop #2, Saturday, June Date TBD.
Closing Ceremony, Saturday, August 8th, 9:30AM - 12PM
APPLICATION FEE: $10 (Non-refundable. If not accepted into the program, a $10 credit will be applied to the APEX Community Leader's Reception or like event.)
PROGRAM FEE: $25 (If selected, you will also receive a 50% discount on APEX 2015 membership.).
For any questions, please send an email to email@example.com, or Phillip Chang, the Director of Mentorship Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are some highlights of last year's program!