Mentor Program

The Mentor program is designed to connect experienced paralegals with up and

coming paralegals. Mentors will exchange information to their mentee in order to

enrich their practical aspects and knowledge of the paralegal profession. 

Please note, this program is not designed to offer job training or job placement. Participants are assigned to a mentor/mentee upon availability.

How to Get Involved

Review and complete the application located in the Mentor/Mentee handbooks and return the documents to Rachel Martin at 



  • One-on-one meetings with experienced paralegals

  • Receive valuable practical advice

  • Gain real life exposure 

  • Learn about the local legal community

  • Networking


A mentor is an experienced paralegal who acts as a teacher and guide to the mentee; an individual who listens, guides, and supports. 

A mentee is a new, inexperienced paralegal who would benefit from the guidance of a mentor; an individual who would benefit from information and insight from an experienced paralegal to advance his or her career.


Must be a member in good standing with RRVPA and employed as a Paralegal for more than one year.



Must be a member in good standing with RRVPA and have less than one year of experience as a Paralegal.


  • Meet new individuals who share the same passion as you

  • Be a supportive and positive role model

  • Learning new ideas or points of view

  • Share your knowledge and experiences

  • Motivate others to learn and grow