Classified Leadership Institute for Professionals
Classified Leadership In Mentorship Building
Our Mission is to empower CLPCCD Classified Professionals by building collaborative relationships where the focus is supporting their growth and development.
What is Mentoring?
Mentoring is a learning process between individuals. It’s a relationship that is created whereby an individual provides information that can help another individual grow and achieve their goal. The goal can range from accomplishing a new task to advancing in their career.
The mentor and mentee establish the relationship. Together the mentor/mentee will determine:
- Meeting times (monthly, bi-weekly, bi-monthly, etc.)
- Meet at least once per month. (Minimum requirements)
- Release time will be granted for meetings/activities
- Length of the relationship
Decisions for CLIMB will be made by the prior CLIP cohort, based on application submissions.
Ideal cohort will consist of the following:
- 2 LPC
- 2 Chabot
- 2 District
- 1 Confidential
- 1 M&O
The program is open to all full-time Classified Professionals that have passed their probationary period. Mentors from the following groups are encouraged to participate:
- Classified Professionals
Outcomes, Impacts, Benefits
The Mentoring Program will focus on three main objectives:
- Increase the engagement of employees and strengthen collaboration district-wide
- Assist employees in career development
- Provide an avenue to access available resources and information
District-wide Impact and Benefits
How does the Mentoring Program relate to the strategic success of the District?
- Employee Retention
- Employee Morale
- Contribute to Student Success
Professional Development After CLIMB
Upon completing the program, participants will be recognized once they complete the program. (Chancellor's Award Luncheon)
All participants will have the option to attend workshops presented by the Tri-Valley One-Stop Career Center:
- Resume Building
- Interviewing Skills
- Mock Interviewing
For more information please contact: