2019 – 2020 OKC Chapter Mentorship Program

Mentor Guidelines 2017

ASSE OKC Mentee 2017 application

ASSE OKC Mentee 2017 application fillable

The 2019-2020 mentor program will again match six mentors with mentees for a one year period, beginning June 2017 thru May 2018. Participants must be ASSE OKC Chapter members in good standing.  Interested mentees should complete and return an application by March 31, 2017.  The application will not be viewable to anyone outside the mentorship committee. Those selected for the program will be notified by May 1, 2017.

Mentors will be recruited and selected by the mentor committee during 2017. All information exchanged between matched pairs for mentoring will be held in strict confidence.

Mentor pairs will set up regular times to meet that are to agreeable to both parties. These interactions can be in person, on the phone or via e-mail/instant message.

Please direct questions and mentoring applications to the following

ASSE OKC Mentor Program Timeline (2017)

Now thru March 31: Mentee application period

Now thru April 30: Mentor recruitment period

April 1-30:  Mentee application review and selection period

May 1: Selected mentee notification

May 19: Mentee/Mentor Introductions and Program Launch Seminar

June 10: ASSE OKC Chapter Meeting: Mentor/Mentee announcement

November 2017: Mentor Program Event

June 2018: Mentor Program Graduation Event

2017 Mentor Committee

Co-Chair: Michael Messner

Co-Chair: Stephanie Schroeder

The OKC Chapter maintains an annual mentorship program. The goal of the program is to provide opportunity for professional growth and coaching to recent Health & Safety graduates and new professionals by pairing them with an experienced professional for interaction and guidance.

We launched the mentorship program in 2015. The committee selected six mentorship pairs and conducted two mentorship program events. The mentorship pairs established a development plan to specify two goals to work toward during the year and meet frequently to stay connected. Read more about the program and mentorship pairs in the September 2015 ASSE OKC Chapter newsletter.


Program feedback we have received from the mentorship pairs includes:

“Being a mentor in this program has increased my passion for the Safety Profession.” – Madonna Kenner   

“My mentor has been great throughout this turbulent year, which has included me gaining qualifications as an ASP then CSP and losing a job and gaining another. My mentor has been a great prop, friend and genuine mentor to me.” – Matt Brunton