NOVA has developed a Mentorship Program to help you meet your professional goals. NOVA members can take advantage of this program to pursue your dreams related to professional advancement within the Department of Veterans Affairs. This program will help new NOVA members to connect with seasoned NOVA members to benefit from their expertise and experience. It will provide mentees with specific assistance related to current needs, and it will help seasoned NOVA members not only serve as mentors, but also as resources which can help meet requirements for advancement related to proficiency, education, evidence based practice and research, as well as professional development. In addition, NOVA chapters can benefit from mentoring regarding chapter development and potential programs. The Mentorship Program offers additional support for NOVA members providing excellent care to veterans and family members.
Where can I find more information about the Mentorship Program?
Please log into the "members only" section of the NOVA website. If you don't have an account, as a member of NOVA, you may register one. Once you access the "members only" section of the website, please click on "Forums" and select "Mentorship Program." A variety of Mentorship Program topics and forums are available to NOVA members.
How do I become a Mentor?
If you would like to serve as a Mentor or serve as a resource, login to the "members only" section of the NOVA website, go to "Forums," select "Mentorship Program," click and complete an electronic NOVA Mentor/Resource Application. The application will be automatically sent to the NOVA National Office and reviewed by a member of the Education Committee.
How do I request a Mentor?
If you need a mentor, log into the "members only" section of the NOVA website, go to "Forums," select "Mentorship Program," click on and complete an electronic NOVA Mentee Application. The application will be automatically sent to the NOVA National Office. You will then be connected with an available Mentor.
For more information, please send your requests to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 703-444-5587.