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CSA Mentoring Program

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The goal of the CSA Mentoring Program is to establish a robust culture of support for Computing Sciences scientific and professional staff and postdocs and to facilitate their success, growth, and engagement at the Lab through one-on-one mentor-mentee relationships.

This program matches mentors and mentees and offers training to facilitate the mentor-mentee relationship. Participants of all levels of experience are given the opportunity to build broader networks, explore new challenges, and gain fresh perspectives on their career development, goals, and Berkeley Lab.

What is Mentorship?

Mentorship is a protected relationship in which a more knowledgeable or experienced person guides and nurtures the professional development or growth of another, outside the normal manager/subordinate line management. Read More »

Eligibility & Sign-Up

Learn who can participate and how to sign up.
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Matching Process

How are mentors and mentees matched? What do they do once the match is made? Read More »

Program Expectations

What are the roles and responsibilities of mentors, mentees, and the CSA mentoring committee? Read More »


View these resources to learn more about mentoring and being mentored. Read More »


For more information about the CSA Mentoring Program, please email to cs-mentoring-co-leads@lbl.gov. Read More »