The MENTOR Program strives to foster a cooperative network among benefited employees, as well as to cultivate a sense of community on campus.
The program provides an opportunity for seasoned staff to share their knowledge and experience with new staff. It benefits new employees by giving them a friendly resource where they can benefit from the coaching, guidance and encouragement a mentor can provide. Experienced staff gain a fresh perspective and develop new relationships. The college builds a stronger and more cohesive community. The program is optional but strongly encouraged.
A mentor is an experienced LCSC employee who has volunteered to help guide new employees. Here are a few tools and information to help our mentors get oriented with the program.
|PSO Mentors||CSO Mentors|
|Birdsell, Traci||Olson, Renee||Behler, Kim|
|Bond, Sheila||Peasley, Rachel||Bond, Amy|
|Boyd, Sandra||Pierce, Barb||Chrisman, Theresa|
|Cole, Teresa||Reynolds, Kevin||Gourluck, Debbie|
|Cole, Tim||Swift, Vikki||Higgins, Diana|
|Crea, Julie||Tuschhoff, Kim||Huddleston, Angel|
|Lybyer, Debra||Wilmore, Sarah||Reaves, Sarah|
|Meek, Angela||Wilson, Katie||Swinford, Doris|
|Noyes, Traci||Wolf, Kim||VanSickle, Robin|
Please e-mail email@example.com if you would like to become a mentor or are a new employee and would like to participate in the mentor program.
Our goal is to help new employees adjust and succeed on the job.