- Apply now!
- Application deadline is October 1, 2022
The National Association for Home Care and Hospice (NAHC) is pleased to announce the second-year launch of a new membership benefit, the NAHC Mentoring Program. This NAHC member benefit seeks to pair individuals at the early and middle growth stage of their careers with current established leaders of the home health, hospice, and community-based service industry for a structured mentorship with the goal of fostering involvement and growth in the NAHC Community through:
- Navigating Conferences
- Committee Engagement
- Leadership and Professional Development
- Advocacy Efforts
- And more…
The program was developed from the success of the established HHFMA Mentoring Program. Many former mentees give back to the program and serve as mentors to other developing leaders. Prospective Mentees will respond to a few simple questions, complete a personality assessment, and will be paired with an experienced mentor by the members of the NAHC Mentoring Task Force based on existing criteria.
Whether you want to be a mentee looking to develop your professional skills or apply to be a mentor to give back to the community — the NAHC mentoring program may be the right option for you.
What is the mentoring program?
The NAHC Mentoring Program is a 12-month facilitated program designed specifically for NAHC members to cultivate deeper NAHC involvement and foster growth within to keep top talent in the industry.
Who is a mentor?
A senior leader in the home- and community-based care services industry who is committed to helping leaders grow and advance in their careers and organizations through providing guidance and support to assist mentees with networking, navigating conferences, committee involvement, advocacy efforts and other initiatives within the industry.
How do I apply to be a mentor?
Those interested in serving as a mentor, click the apply now buttons above or visit the
Mentoring Program Application. Applications are due by October 1, 2022.
Who is a mentee?
A growth-minded leader in a home- and community-based services organization who is committed to bettering themselves and increasing their participation in NAHC through the advice, council and networking assistance of a seasoned industry professional.
How do I apply to be a mentee?
Those interested in serving as a mentee, click the apply now buttons above or visit the
Mentoring Program Application.