"Thanks to the AAMC mentorship program, I was able to gain a fresh perspective on my professional goals and expectations. My mentor was forthright, perceptive, and very helpful in guiding me through a difficult decision process, and she provided a broader view of the curatorial profession that encouraged me to take stronger control of my occupational future."
"The AAMC Mentorship is a rare and invaluable resource and opportunity. .. it was refreshing to connect with a professional who is an avowed and consummate curator who is knowledgeable about the field and who provided insights, frank assessments, and tools for success and trajectory."Specific webinars are hosted for both mentees and mentors. For more information, please visit the webinar page for the program by clicking here.
This program is generously supported in part by funding provided by the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation (EHTF) and the AAMC President's Circle.
The Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation (EHTF) is a family foundation established in 1986 by Emily Hall Tremaine. Based in Connecticut, the Foundation seeks to promote innovative solutions to basic and enduring problems in the United States through grantmaking programs related to art, environment, and learning disabilities. In addition to annual grantmaking, the Foundation also hosts periodic convening of non-profit organizations, government agencies and other stakeholders to facilitate collaboration among sectors to achieve common goals.
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