[Not Technical] My manager asked me to be a mentor for a recently hired graduate coming in june. i’ve only been working as an engineer for 4 years (Just got my PE) and most mentors here have 10 years of experience. any tips or suggestions?
I guess I have a unique opportunity as a young guy to present things that older guys may have forgotten. I know I'm overlooking it but I'm flattered my boss thought of me to be a mentor and don't want to screw this up. What often goes overlooked in terms of being a mentor for younger engineers?
edit: The submit title messed up the title formatting. Really weird.
Submitted May 15, 2017 at 05:07PM by w9w8w9w56w5w45w56w4w
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