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NIGP Mentorship Program

It takes intentional effort and strong strategic relationships to advance in your career.

Lifelong learning should be supported by intentional relationships established to guide your professional development and career growth. The NIGP Mentoring Facebook page is designed to help you by connecting junior members with more experienced practitioners who can offer mentoring advice to help you progress in your career. Mentors can be a neutral sounding board, they can help you handle difficult or unusual situations you may face in your role or in your career, and they can  provide feedback regarding growth opportunities to support your long-term career development.

The NIGP Mentorship Program is designed to support the needs of NIGP Members and other public sector public procurement professionals by:

  • Creating strong professional networks built on trust and respect to facilitate life-long learning
  • Promoting diversity of thought and critical thinking skills
  • Providing supplemental learning channels to enhance brainstorming
  • Providing access to more experienced professionals who can offer encouragement and career guidance
  • Promoting an environment where the participant feels empowered and confident

NIGP Mentorship Facebook Group

This Facebook Group is closed to general Facebook users, membership requests are approved by the Mentorship Committee. 

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Mentorship Resources


Make a Difference - Become a NIGP Mentor

Mentoring can be one of the most satisfying and rewarding experiences you'll ever have!

Share your insights and expertise with the next generation of procurement leaders.

Applications will be reviewed by the NIGP Mentorship Committee.  

We are not currently accepting applications for mentees.  Thank you for the overwhelming response!

To apply to be a Mentor, you must meet the following requirements:

  • Be a member of NIGP and have held or currently hold a position in public procurement.
  • Adhere to the NIGP Code of Ethics, and the NIGP Participant Code of Conduct.
  • Attend any mandatory mentor/mentee training required by NIGP.
  • Be available to fully support the relationship for up to a 12-month period.
  • Complete an end of program evaluation.


Submit an Application