Overview of the ISF Leadership Mentoring Program
The ISF leadership mentoring program is focused on building a trusting relationship between a seasoned leader and a young leader. Although the emphasis of the program is on developing both the leadership qualities and potential of young college-aged adults, it also encompasses character, values and spiritual development. The program involves four (4) phases of the relationship: Establish, Engage, Sustain and Transition. Since the program involves a relational experience in which one person empowers another by sharing God-given resources and experiences a significant commitment is required by both the mentor and young leader. However, the rewards a mentor and young leader receive far outweigh the time commitment. The priceless results will be a lasting legacy for the mentor and the beginnings of a legacy for the young leader.
- Mentor Responsibilities (PDF)
- ISF Mentor Application (PDF)
- Learn More About What ISF Looks For in a Mentor (PDF)
Meet Our Mentors
Mentoring Webinar Series:
A series of mentoring tips from our Executive Director, Dr. Blair Ritchey: