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Security Leaders Mentoring Program

Winning Connections to Accelerate Career Growth

NEW IN 2019The ASIS Professional Development Council Mentoring Committee has launched a new program that connects security professionals worldwide to a wealth of resources, advice, and guidance through one-on-one connections. Any ASIS member at any job level may participate in the program.


Program Participation

After enrolling, an ASIS member (Mentee) is matched with an experienced ASIS colleague (Mentor) to gain insight and professional advice. Mentors share their experience and advice on topics including career advancement, leadership, professional visibility, networking, and overcoming barriers to career success. 

Participation Requirements

The following criteria must be met to participate in the Security Leaders Mentoring Program

  • Any ASIS Member at any job level may participate in the mentoring program
  • Mentors should have a minimum five (5) years of management experience
  • Mentees should have a minimum of one (1) year of security industry experience
  • All participants should be willing to commitment to a minimum of six (6) months of engagement

Mentor Benefits:

  • A chance to give back to your profession
  • Personal fulfillment
  • Recognition as a subject matter expert and leader
  • Exposure to fresh perspectives, ideas, and approaches
  • Opportunity to educate, influence, and inspire change
  • 9 CPE credits

Mentee Benefits:

  • Connect with an experienced colleague for guidance and professional advice
  • Gain knowledge and experience in proactive, protective strategies using industry best practices
  • Expand network of contacts
  • Job skill improvement
  • Preparation for career advancement

Program Resources

ASIS is here to support you and provide essential resources for a successful relationship!

  • Mentoring Handbook
  • Mentoring FAQs
  • Conversation Starters

Feel free to contact with additional questions. 

ASIS International would like to thank the Professional Development Council Mentoring Committee for their leadership in establishing the Security Leaders Mentoring Program.