The broad objectives of CAMP are to promote professional pride and identity in the legal profession; to promote the pursuit of excellence in service to clients; and to promote strong relationships between the bar, courts, clients, law schools and public, through the teaching of the core values and ideals of the legal profession and the training in the best practices for meeting those ideals.
CAMP believes in the powerful impact mentoring can have on an individual's personal and professional growth. Revitalize your mentoring relationship by grabbing coffee or lunch with your mentor or mentee during January. Whether in person or virtually, discuss what the two of you would like to get out...
Everyone has something to give. Everyone has something to learn. Together, these attributes create the foundation for mentoring — learning through others to enable individuals to achieve their full potential.
This campaign was originally initiated in 2002, to promote youth mentoring in the United States. Since then, the campaign has grown with other areas of mentoring joining the cause. We all believe in the positive effects of mentoring. As author John C. Maxwell said, “One of the greatest values of mentors is the ability to see ahead what others cannot see and to help them navigate a course to their destination.”
We invite you to unleash the power of mentoring within yourself, your organization, or your community. Celebrate National Mentoring Month with us!
January 25, 2017, 12:00pm - January 25, 2017, 1:00pm
Staring blankly at your mentor profile?
Unsure how to mentor through software?
Is there an app for that?
Join us for a software training session on January 25th from 12-1 pm. We will walk through the mechanics of the CAMP mentoring software and assist you in creating or improving your mentor profile.
RSVP to email@example.com.
Be sure to bring a laptop or notebook!
Hi Camp Crew! We hope you can join us on February 13th! RSVP at the link below. ...
J. Ryann Peyton, director of the Colorado Attorney Mentoring Program (CAMP), will present a lunch program on February 13 called "Mentoring a Professional Identity - Civility & Professionalism for the Modern Lawyer." Peyton will discuss the role of professional identity in creating a successful legal career, including the correlation between poorly developed professional identity and heightened burn out, unprofessionalism, and disciplinary issues in practice. Register here - bit.ly/2jwfbDx