The purpose of this survey is soliciting Mentors and Mentees for the MEA Mentorship Program. 
(3 min)

Working as an engineer for a municipality requires unique skill sets to thrive and succeed. For individuals early in their career there is a near infinite amount of skills that could be acquired to improve effectiveness in their current and future roles.

Recognizing the need to retain the wealth of knowledge from municipal practitioners with substantial experience, the MEA encourages the development of professional relationships to share that knowledge and experience through a formal mentorship program. This program is geared towards connecting engineers who are relatively new to the municipal field with well established professional engineers to help facilitate the positive transfer of knowledge. 



NOTE: In this context, a Young Professional is a Municipal Engineer who is 35 and under OR who has less than 10 years of municipal experience, and is currently working for a municipality. 


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* 1. Based on the general description above, do you consider yourself a Young Professional?

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* 2. Would you be interested in taking part of the MEA Mentorship Program

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