University of Vermont

The Center on Disability and Community Inclusion (CDCI)


Mentorship Program

TRIPSCY Mentorship offers Vermont interdisciplinary professionals the opportunity for a supportive professional relationship where knowledge, skills, and experience are shared. The focus of the mentorship depends upon the needs of the mentee. Mentorships can offer an opportunity to explore practical and theoretical issues that the mentee perceives as unfamiliar, problematic, or newly challenging. It offers the mentee a nurturing and confidential environment in which to ask questions, share concerns, and learn from an individual who has more experience in the area of interests to the mentee.

Mentorship Options

1. TRIPSCY Faculty can assist you in identifing a mentor. The forms below can be used to get to know your skills and needs, as well as to make a plan for your mentorship.

2. Limited mentorship opportunities are also available from the I-Team state-wide interdisciplinary consultants. Complete the form below to make a request.

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