BY CATHERINE S. CASTRO
The Guam Young Professionals, a committee of the Guam Chamber of Commerce, recently launched its first-ever mentorship program, pairing up-and-coming individuals with seasoned professionals for a 12-month period. There is much excitement about the concept and great expectation for success. Specific guidelines are associated with this program, but anyone seeking to build similar relationships may want to read on for general advice before moving forward.
Many believe that because of a mentor’s extensive professional experience, his or her role is to give great career advice, which is really . . .
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