Intel Nonprofit Mentoring: Southwest Alliance for Excellence/Intel Skills-based Mentoring Program
Friday, March 24, 2017
Intel Nonprofit Mentoring Program:
Southwest Alliance for Excellence (SWAE) is pleased to announce we are accepting Mentorship requests for the 2017 Skills-based Mentoring Program.
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SWAE and Intel Corporation are pleased and proud to continue our Skills-based Mentoring Program. The program is in its tenth year. The program’s mission is to contribute to the economic viability of non-profit, governmental, and educational organizations throughout Arizona. This mission is achieved through a strong results-oriented volunteer program specifically designed to strengthen and promote organizational excellence, growth, and sustainability by providing training, knowledge, skill, and the tools to build the capacity of the organization.
How does the Skills-based Mentoring Program work?
Intel is committed to community-based partnerships. The Skills-based Mentoring Program is a means for local organizations to benefit from Intel’s resources, skills, & experience. Its employees volunteer to become Skill-based Mentors. After an initial vetting to determine an Intel employee’s specific skillset, experience, and certifications a match is made with a participating organization. Mentors are well versed in the development of innovative solutions to common problems and in sharing tools for finding new ways to approach and solve organizational challenges.
Mentoring applications are submitted to SWAE and Intel for a potential mentorship match. A match is based on the organization’s needs and the program’s philosophy and resources. This program is free for non-profit, governmental, and educational organizations.
The program is directed at improving operational processes and is focused on business solution development. The goal is to empower organizations to pursue performance excellence, improve outcomes and contribute to the economic strength of the organization.
For more information please contact:
Karen Shepard - firstname.lastname@example.org
Theresa Gama - email@example.com
Web Address: http://www.swae.org/intelswae-mentoring-program/