The Ruth Jackson Orthopaedic Society mentoring program has been established as part of our commitment to the professional development needs of our members. The RJOS mentoring program incorporates practice setting, specialty, and geographic area in order to develop a more extensive network and to allow RJOS members to choose mentors who best fit their needs.
ENROLL AS A MENTEE
Gain knowledge from an experienced RJOS member who shares your specialty or practice setting
Strengthen and build your network by acquiring the skills and guidance needed to excel in orthopaedic surgery
Guidelines for Mentees >
Mentee applications will be reviewed by RJOS staff and members of the Mentoring Committee. Mentor matches will be established through a confidential process.
ENROLL AS A MENTOR
Offer guidance to help members navigate their careers
Be a role model to the next generation of female orthopaedic surgeons
Develop a lasting foundation for excellent patient care and the continued advancement of orthopaedic surgery
Guidelines for Mentors >
RJOS is seeking commitments from a diverse group of individuals willing to be matched with mentees. As a mentor, you choose to dedicate as much time as you are willing to give. Making connections through e-mail, phone calls, or during the RJOS Annual Meeting will make a difference to a mentee.
RJOS strongly encourages member participation in this important program. Please contact RJOS with questions or for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org. The RJOS Mentoring Program is for members only, so join or renew to participate.