|INTIX | Mentor Program sponsored by Booking Protect|
The principle behind the INTIX Mentorship Program sponsored by Booking Protect is to allow more experienced or more knowledgeable members to help guide INTIX members when it comes to all things ticketing and related. Mentors help guide other INTIX Members both by providing specific knowledge about INTIX policies, procedures, and other helpful, relevant information as well as by sharing their general industry knowledge and expertise.
Click on the links below to sign up become Mentor or Request a Mentor, otherwise, review the information below to learn more about the program:
What does it mean to have a Mentor?
A Mentor is a volunteer that has sufficient industry experience as well as knowledge about the INTIX organization, website, policies and procedures. As a Mentor, you are expected to provide guidance to any INTIX Member that is assigned to you. Mentors typically have several members assigned to them but work with another Mentor to perform the duties necessary.
Specifically, a Mentor is expected to introduce themselves to their group as soon as they have been assigned, either through phone, email or in person. Furthermore, Mentors are expected guide their Red Dots and answer any questions they may have.
Please note that, a Mentor is not expected to have all the answers, but instead be able to point the INTIX Members in the right direction, or show them how to utilize the resources made available to INTIX.
Additionally, Mentors are expected to pass on information to their groups about the additional resources, events and other happenings specific to the Mentor Program.
An INTIX member must meet the requirements below in order to become a Mentor:
If you are interested in becoming a mentor, please fill out the following form: Become a Mentor
Upon Registration, volunteers are paired with another Mentor. When possible, each group will have at least one Veteran Mentor, someone who has been a Mentor for at least one year.
At the end of each month, the Member Connections Committee will assign any INTIX Members that have requested a Mentor to the next available group. All assignments will be added at random in the order that the form has been filled out, unless an INTIX Member makes a special request. The Committee will do its best to honor all requests.
What is a Veteran Mentor?
A veteran Mentor is a Mentor that has at least one year of experiences as a Mentor. First Time Mentors are typically paired up with Veteran Mentors so that they can provide the best service possible to their Mentor Group.
What does it mean to request a Mentor?
If you have requested a Mentor, at the end of the month, you will receive an email from a volunteer on the Member Connections Committee informing you of which Mentor Group you have been assigned to.
Mentors are there to help guide you with whatever questions you might have. Additionally, there will be other resources available to you. These may include educational tools, the forums, Mentor Program specific events at the conference, and more. Be sure to keep an eye out from communications from INTIX as well as your Mentors so that you don’t miss out!
Feel free to reach out to your Mentor at any time. You don’t have to wait for them to contact you!
As a Mentee, you are encouraged to utilize the resources made available to you through the INTIX Mentor Program, such as utilizing the forums as well as relying on your Mentor to answer any questions you might have about the conference, your INTIX membership and general ticketing questions.
We want you to get the most out of your INTIX Membership. We also recognize that everyone’s needs are different. Because of this, we do take requests. However, please note, not all requests can be met.
Mentors are assigned at the end of each month. If you haven't heard from your mentor, feel free to reach out to them. You don’t have to wait for them to communicate first!
If you have any questions regarding your Mentor, please send a message to the current
Any INTIX Member can be part of the Mentor Program. To sign up, just click the following link and fill out the quick form: Request a Mentor