Juntos Avanzamos Mentorship Program
 

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Definition of a Mentor: A wise, experienced, and trusted advisor. A teacher or coach, or an experienced person in an organization who helps and guides another individual’s development.

Definition of a Mentee: One whose welfare, training, or career is promoted by an influential person.

Purpose of a Mentorship Program: To provide our LA NAHN members with the power of positive connections and helping others to establish and meet their career goals. By developing the necessary tactical skills and personal self-mastery, we can foster empowerment for all levels of entry into the nursing profession.

Objectives of Juntos Avanzamos Mentorship Program:

• Provide a source of advice, support, information, feedback, and exposure outside of the academic environment with the purpose of increasing one’s professional development.

• Lead particpants to new ideas, perspectives, standards, values, and professional growth.

• Promote career planning opportunities and develop leadership knowledge and skills.

Method: Join The Student Nurses Association of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses or the National Association of Hispanic Nurses if you are a licensed nurse. Please see our membership section for membership application form.

Please see attached mentorship forms:
 

High School Students/Pre-Nursing students/Nursing Students/or nurses can sign up for a mentor by downloading the Mentee Profile and sending it to Mentorship@LANAHN.com.
 

LA NAHN Mentor Staff
 

Sylvia S. Estrada, RNC, WHCNP, BSN, MSN, MSHCM
Mentorship profile
Sergio Aguirre, RN.BSN.CCRN.PHN
Kelly Guzman, RN, MN
Summary
Dolores Greenwood, RN
Nancy Montoya, RN, PHN,BSN
Kathy B. Lopez, RN, MSN, PHN

Elizabeth T. Lopez, RN, MSN, FNP-C
Mentor Profile

Angelica Flores, RN, BSN, PHN
Mentor Profile
 














 


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