Pacific Business News | Kelsey Kukaua Medeiros
The Chamber of Commerce Hawaii Young Professionals, or YP, Program is accepting applications through Jan. 31 for its 2023 Mentor Hawaii program.
The six-month program, sponsored by American Savings Bank, offers YP members one-on-one mentorship with local executives and community leaders.
Since its inception, Mentor Hawaii has grown from four mentors and eight mentees to more than 27 mentor pairs so far this year, officials with the Chamber said in a recent announcement. This will mark the eighth cohort for the program.
“Mentor Hawaii is just one facet of the YP Program, furthering the program’s mission to foster an environment in which young business professionals can elevate their skills and enhance their personal network,” officials noted.
The list of 2022 mentors features professionals across several industries, and includes Tammy Mencel, publisher and market president at Pacific Business News.
For the full list of participating mentors or to apply, click here.