ASLA Mentoring Program

OPEN: Registrations for 2024/25 Mentoring Program

Please register to join the ASLA mentoring program - either as mentee, mentor, or both.
NB You still need to complete these details if you have previously expressed your interest and/or are a previous participant.

Attending the morning or afternoon initial training session is compulsory and will be held on Mon 22 July. Session 1 - 9:00am – 12:00 midday AEST Session 2 - 4:30pm – 7:30 pm AEST

If you missed it, we recommend watching the ASLA Webinar Series 2024 ~ May: Outline of the ASLA Mentoring Program for 2024 2025 with Dr Nancy, available in the online store. 

Important information regarding the program

  • No recordings are available for any of the online sessions
  • The initial training session on Mon 22 July is compulsory - non attendance means you are ineligible to continue with the program
  • Participants can choose to be a mentee and/or a mentor - though we may not be able to accommodate you for both, depending on numbers
  • As much as we would like you to have the option to chose your mentor, this may not be possible due to numbers - please place  your request in the comments field 
  • Participants are expected to engage in the quarterly feedback sessions with the Mentor Program facilitators
  • It is not always possible to match participants based on school region/state/library size/LMS/school type - we suggest an open attitude to the match, there's lots to be learned from those in different situations
  • The ASLA Mentor Program is only available to current ASLA Members (including bundle members) and you will be expected to maintain an active membership status for the duration


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