Mentee’s Interest in becoming a Peer Mentor as a Function of Perceived Quality of the Mentorship Experience
MJ Roszkowski, PF Badmus International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring 2014
One factor in a former mentee’s decision to become a mentor is thought to be satisfaction with the mentorship that the mentee experienced when being mentored, but the issue has been addressed in only a few studies. We studied the relationship between interest in becoming a mentor and indirect indicators of satisfaction, namely the quality of the mentee’s perceived experiences, among 509 peer mentored firstyear college students who completed an evaluation at the end of the year. The results affirm that relationship, but the effect size is very small.