Mentoring & Career Development Resources

The following are some topics of interest for those seeking to learn more about mentoring and career development.   


Reference Books for Mentors and Mentees 

 

In the links below, some of the books and resources are available for borrowing (indicated by **). Contact Natalie Barrett at nbarrett@wakehealth.edu or 713-4230, to learn more. 


Ideas Into Action Guidebooks (Center for Creative Leadership) - available for borrowing


Career Development Topics: Informational "Snapshots" and Information Available on the Web 


 

Mentoring in a Minute: Tips to enrich any mentoring relationship! 


Publication: Dr. Mary Lou Voytko, founder of the OWIMS Mentoring Program, co-authored: Kosoko-Lasaki O, Sonnino RE, Voytko ML
Mentoring for Women and Underrepresented Minority Faculty and Students: Experience at Two Institutions of Higher Learning. J Natl Med Assoc 2006 Sep;98(9):1449-59.


GWIMS Article: Wake Forest School of Medicine's Answer to Women's Career Development Needs, by Diana Cornelison.  (page 11: www.aamc.org/download/335756/data/gwimswatchspring2013.pdf) 


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