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mentorship

[ men-tawr-ship, -ter- ]
/ ˈmɛn tɔr ʃɪp, -tər- /
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noun
the position or services of a wise and trusted counselor or senior sponsor, often in a particular field: Nearly a hundred graduate students received research training in his laboratory and benefited from his mentorship.
a relationship or arrangement with such a counselor or sponsor: To develop my writing craft, I’m currently undertaking a mentorship with a well-known fantasy writer.
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