photo of 9 people in a circle, with text that reads: Next Level Mentoring Groups

Our Next Level Management Mentoring Groups are for those alumni who are moving from individual contributor to management, or have goals to do so in the future. This transition has always been challenging and is even more so after COVID. Over a series of facilitated conversations you will discuss: models of management, creating a personal network to help advise your career and life decisions, transforming entry-level skills and strengths into strategic management abilities, managing a remote or hybrid team, building employee engagement, and more. You will read books and articles and watch videos and listen to podcasts to inform your thinking, engage with a group of your peers to share strategies and feedback, and receive one-on-one coaching, so that you may:

Note: You will register either for an entirely virtual group, which will meet over Zoom, or an in-person group, which will meet at the Wake Washington Center.

These groups are designed for Undergraduate College alumni from 2013-2017.

Participants are expected to attend all meetings.

Online Alumni Next Level Meetings

All of these meetings will be held over Zoom.

Monday, January 29

Monday, February 12

Monday, February 26

Monday, March 11

Monday, March 25

Monday, April 8

Monday, April 22

Monday, April 29

Group Meeting Times: 12:30-1:30pm ET

Cost: $50

Washington DC Alumni Next Level Meetings

All of these meetings will be held in person.

Wednesday, January 17

Monday, February 12

Monday, March 11

Monday, April 15

Monday, May 13

Group Meeting Times: 6-8pm ET

Cost: $50

*Food will be provided.

Don’t take our word for it – here’s what past participants thought about their group experiences!

“This was so much better than any professional development conference or training. It was real-time conversation about what we are actually going through.”

2018-19 Group Participant

“I gained personal insight on my professional values and goals, while also learning specific skills for improving my management (and potential management) of others as well as how to strengthen my current relationship with my own manager.”

2019-20 Group Participant

“This group was so incredible informational and beneficial for me as I was stepping into the role of becoming a manager of employees and staff at my current career.”

2019-20 Group Participant