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Applications will be accepted starting July 15, 2023

The MOLN Mentor program is now accepting applications for mentees for the new fall 2023 cohort. This is a semi-structured program for 12-14 months and is included in your MOLN membership dues. Applications will be reviewed and matching will happen in August and September 2023. The matches will be communicated in early October with the launch of the new cohort at the Fall conference - October 26-27, 2023.

Please consider applying!

  • Early career and aspiring to a leadership role
  • New to leadership and a strong desire to learn
  • Looking at a next step for your career
  • Experienced leader with specific needs for mentoring


Mentorship eventMentors offer a professional partnership, provide feedback, and help guide the mentee on their leadership journey. The mentor and mentee pairs will be matched and communicated by October 15th. We will launch the program at the fall leadership conference at Breezy Point. If you are unable to attend, you will receive information via email.

Applications are open July 15 through September 30 to MOLN members only. Please apply by filling out the google form below.

Mentee Application

If you have questions about the program, please send an email to

Goals of the Mentoring Program

  • Develop the next generation of Nurse Leaders
  • Provide a mentor for new nurse leaders who would like a mentor Leverage the expertise and experience of the large MOLN membership
  • Support succession planning of leadership roles

Participants and Matching

The participants express interest by filling out an online application. The program coordinators match the mentors with several things in mind:

  • Current role or aspiring to leadership.
  • Mentors had some experience that the person doing the matching thought was relevant. Example: A mentor who currently works in the Twin Cities, may have been matched with someone in an outstate location. The mentor may have had previous experience in a like setting.
  • Type of interest; advanced education; role in practice or education, or other stated interests
  • Potential for ease of access. Please note most mentors are from the Twin City metro area. In some cases, matches are made within a larger healthcare organization, in some cases not.

Goal Setting

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Mutual goals should be set and agreed upon to help the mentor and mentee focus their time together and to help measure success.

Resources to Guide the Mentorship Relationship

The resources listed below can be used as discussion tools and to help guide mentors and mentees.


Program Coordinator:

Rebecca McGill: or or by phone: 612-385-4884

Check back here for more information coming soon!

Recommended Reading - To Help Guide you and Fill Your Bucket Up!

Planning or Development (Articles, Good Listens, and Quick Reads and Watches!)

Leadership Websites (Great Places to get more information!)

Social Media (Great People to Google and Follow!)

  • Adam Grant
  • Cy Wakeman
  • Brene Brown
  • Simon Sinek


  • Brave and Purposeful Leadership with Alexandra Young
  • Resilient Leadership with Bridgette Theurer & Irvine Nugent, Ph.D.

For more information about the Mentorship Program, contact Rebecca McGill at or or by phone: 612-385-4884.

Paine, Katee BSN, RN; Prochnow, Jenny A. DNP, MBA, NEA-BC Leadership strategies to support resilience, Nursing Management (Springhouse): April 2022 - Volume 53 - Issue 4 - p 12-19 doi: 10.1097/01.NUMA.0000824024.53750.66

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For more information about the Mentorship Program, contact Rebecca McGill at or or by phone: 612-385-4884.

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