In the past decade, Mentoring has been gaining traction in the educational and organizational settings. For educators, the increasing complexity of social influences affecting the character formation of students has made many to consider mentoring programs, besides other established programs, as a way to address issues that arise from these situations. In the business setting, differences in intergenerational characteristics have prompted a closer look at effective ways, such as Mentoring, to transfer skills and experience. As a result, the number of schools and organizations enforcing programs is notably increasing.
UA&P is now accepting abstract submissions for the First International Mentoring Conference (IMeC) 2018 with the theme Promoting Mentoring Culture to be held from July 19 to 21, 2018, at the UA&P Campus, Ortigas Center 1605 Pasig City Philippines.
The proposed research should be connected to any of the topics below:
- Mentoring program overview
- Mentoring tools and strategies
- Training for mentoring programs
- Innovations in mentoring
- Evaluation and assessment of mentoring programs
- Mentoring programs in diverse contexts
- Mentoring in a non-academic organization
- Academic research with implications for mentoring practice
Abstracts must be submitted on or before Tuesday, May 15, 2018–its new deadline. Submissions must be done via email with the subject: IMeC 2018 –Abstract Submission.
A more detailed instruction on the submission of abstracts can be seen in the guidelines. For updates, follow the official Facebook page of the event: 1st International Mentoring Conference: Promoting Mentoring Culture.