Putting Peer-to-Peer Mentorship Ideas into Practice
Career Management
Washington State Convention Center  Wednesday, May 21  8:45-10 a.m.     617 
Colleagues from 2013’s highly-rated session, “Horizontal Thinking in a Vertical World,” explore a year-long, peer-to-peer mentoring program with models for applying various uses, including technology to foster mentoring relationships. In break-out groups, attendees will share observations and ideas.

Global Perspectives

Session Format :    Creative Collaborations

Learner Outcomes

Anna Koster - Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts - Stanford University

Caroline Mah - Smithsonian Affiliations Smithsonian Institution

Caroline Mah is the National Outreach Manager at the Smithsonian Affiliations, an outreach unit that shares the Institution’s resources with Americans in their own neighborhoods by developing long-term collaborative partnerships with museums as well as cultural and educational organizations. Caroline is one of the founding members of the Peer-to-Peer mentorship group.

Jessica Sack - Yale University Art Gallery

Jessica Sack is the Jan and Frederick Mayer Senior Associate Curator of Public Education at the Yale University Art Gallery. She has been involved in peer mentorship for more than fifteen years. Recently she has been working on creating sustainable models for various kinds of mentorship. Was one of the founding members of the Peer-to-Peer mentor group.