Industrial Hygiene
IH Mentoring 


The Army definition of mentorship is, “The voluntary developmental relationship that exists between a person of greater experience and a person of lesser experience that is characterized by mutual trust and respect.”

What do I need to know about mentorship?

·         Mentorship is an integral part of employee development

·       Employees benefit from wisdom, lessons learned, and experiences of mentors.
Mentoring takes place when a more experienced or more knowledgeable person helps a less experienced or less knowledgeable person

·      The Army IH mentorship initiative will evolve into a formal program for all employees regardless of grade or position

·       Leaders’, establishing an environment of mentorship in your program office is a simple, but critical step in developing employee skill sets

·         DA PAM 690-46 external link  provides the background for mentoring Army Civilians

·       Additional Resources:


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If you are an Army IH staff member without a mentor or an Army IH staff member who would like to participate by becoming a mentor, we are now included in the AIHA Mentoring Program.

It is a large active program that provides a large base of potential mentors and mentees.
We are actively involved with this program.

If you would like to know about the AIHA Mentoring Program please see their FAQs:           AIHA Mentoring Program FAQs

If you would like to join the AIHA Mentoring program as either a Mentor or be a Mentee please apply here:  Become a Mentor