One-to-one: Traditional method where a more junior individual is matched with a more senior individual.
Group: A flexible version of the traditional model where one to two mentors are paired with a small group of mentees. In this scenario, mentees can also become mentors to one another.
Peer: This model of mentorship can be conducted in a traditional one-on-one or group setting. Those involved will be at the same career stage.
Flash: One-time meetings that allow individuals to connect with another DFCM faculty member. A great way to ask a particular question or meet someone new. These are generally shorter meetings so there is little investment required. If the meeting is beneficial, the pair can organize follow-up meetings on their own.
Reverse: The opposite of the traditional one-on-one mentorship model, where a more senior individual looks to gain insights from a more junior individual. This provides the more experienced member with a new perspective and allows junior members to gain valuable leadership skills.