WVLS Mentoring Program
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The WVLS Mentoring Program supports success of new library administrators for one year by matching them with experienced library specialists. Mentorship will reduce unnecessary struggle and stress through guided learning, regular communication, and peer bonding. Mentees will be partnered with a mentor based on such factors as interests, need, geographic location, expertise, community culture and more.
For more information, view the WVLS Mentoring Program Outline.
Dominic Frandrup, Antigo Public Library and Virginia Roberts, Rhinelander District Library
Heidi O’Hare, Tomahawk Public Library and Virginia Roberts, Rhinelander District Library
Stephanie Schmidt, Crandon Public Library and Cara Hart, Neillsville Public Library
Interested in being a mentor or mentee?
Mentor (2+ Years Relevant Experience):
Experienced specialists who want to share their expertise to inspire and guide new library administrators. Experts who want to build relationships and learn from mentees and the skills they bring to their position.
Mentor Interest Form
Mentee (2 or Less Years of Admin Experience)
New administrators who want to learn the tools for successful librarianship from experienced leaders and build relationships with peers.
Mentee Interest Form
Wisconsin Valley Library Service
300 N 1st Street
Wausau, WI 54403