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Mark Your Calendar!
International Mentoring Association (IMA) Conference
Coming to Gainesville February 21-22, 2022!
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The International Mentoring Association Conference 2022 is slated for February 21-22, 2022 right here in Gainesville, Florida at the UF Hilton Conference Center - with pre-conference sessions and IMA Mentor Training on February 20!
The theme is Mentor On: Resilience, Rigor, and Results.
Since 1987, the International Mentoring Association (IMA) has been a leading source for best practice solutions and support of mentoring and coaching professionals and their programs. Its unique pre-conference and conference opportunities will help you:

  *   Enhance your mentoring skills
  *   Learn from experts in the field
  *   Meet and engage national leaders and authors
  *   Expand your research and reflect on program advances
February 20 will feature three half-day pre-conferences plus a full-day IMA Mentor Training session. February 21-22 will feature the conference with three keynote speakers and some 50 concurrent sessions with mentoring practitioners. IMA's new Graduate Student Council will have opportunity to network at a designated session during the conference.
Graduate student registration is $99 for IMA members, $120 for non-members, and $164 for a combination membership/registration (membership is for one year from date of joining). The deadline to register is Friday, December 31, 2021.
To read the call for proposals and learn more about pre-conferences, the conference agenda, and keynote speakers, click this link: IMA Conference 2022<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__www.eventsquid.com_event.cfm-3Fevent-5Fid-3D13684&d=DwIFAg&c=sJ6xIWYx-zLMB3EPkvcnVg&r=ZaVKStH8IQUjiUwcUkOwkJIst1Boi20OdQ3WW5kWas4&m=c2DACt3gi7njNCYHUt2KScafhJtsCIHlXZw8wjM6N8TAxoQgQrGJ7pC161dH0zoj&s=hKdyr-WihQgV3BXCCJKv7teVN1iEACuwqVabercSaXE&e= >.
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These IMA events are sponsored in part by the UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute, the UF Office of Research, and the UF Office of Diversity.