2020-2021 NBMBAA TC Leaders of Tomorrow Mentee Application

Thank you so much for your interest in becoming a mentee with Leaders of Tomorrow!  The National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT) Program has mentored more than 8,000 talented youth aspiring to leadership roles in professional fields since 1991. The mission of LOT is to prepare African American high school students for transformative leadership in college, careers and community. The LOT Program is a comprehensive programmatic approach offering mentorship and leadership development. The program is driven by mentoring across four developmental areas: Leadership, Financial Literacy, College Preparation and Career Preparation. This application will ask a number of questions to learn more about you and your experiences, as well as your interest in this program and being a mentee.  Please be aware that Leaders of Tomorrow is a competitive program and we can not guarantee everyone's acceptance who applies. Once you complete this application, you will hear from us via email. 

Please complete this online application by 11/6/2020.  Please note while filling out the survey that if you click away, unfortunately survey monkey does not save your results to come back later, so please make sure you have time to complete this in full.  Any questions please reach out to us at nbmbaa.lot.tc@gmail.com. Thanks!  

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* 1. Personal Information: Please tell us about yourself

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* 2. Have you been a mentee in any other previous mentoring programs? If so please tell us about your experience as a mentee.

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* 3. Are you currently participating in any other extracurricular activities? If so please list below.

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* 4. Below are key (tentative) dates of our first kickoff and monthly Core LOT program sessions. The monthly core in-person meetings are planned to be held Sunday Afternoons. Punctual attendance is critical to the program and the expectation is for mentees to attend each month. The timing is roughly from 2pm-4pm and we can share more updates on the exact times if you come to an interview.  Please note any Sundays Afternoons not available for Meetings.

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* 5. Outside of the core monthly sessions listed above are you available to meet with your mentor for four or more hours per month and have contact (email, phone, conference call or in-person) at least once per week? Please explain any particular scheduling issues.

*Please note that as a Mentee you will be expected to communicate regularly and openly with LOT Leadership team and provide monthly information regarding your mentoring activities, and receive feedback regarding any difficulties during your participation in the mentoring program.


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* 6. Please answer the following question as thoroughly and completely as possible. Your answer will initially assist us in evaluating your candidacy into the National Black MBA Leaders of Tomorrow program.

Why do you want to participate and be a part of the Leaders of Tomorrow program? Discuss how you hope to benefit from the program and how the program will benefit from your participation?

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* 7. Is there anything else you would like us to tell us about?

Thanks for your interest! Expect a follow up email from nbmbaa.lot.tc@gmail.com soon!

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