Launch of our Mentorship Program

Dear fellow King County employee,


King County Executive Dow Constantine

Over the past few years, we’ve done a lot of work to strengthen our capacity as a culturally responsive learning organization, one that develops employees and offers equitable opportunities for growth and advancement, wherever you are in your career at King County.

Today I am pleased to announce the launch of our new King County Mentorship Program, designed to provide new opportunities for employees to grow and develop at King County as part of our commitment to Investing in You.

Mentoring is a proven approach to employee development that helps employees partner and learn from an experienced leader or colleague to progress toward their career objectives and maximize their potential.

King County’s Learning and Development team is seeking 25 mentors and mentees to kick off the program. Initial mentoring partnerships will last for six months, with a minimum of one conversation per month between mentees and mentors.

If you would like to participate, click here to register for a Lunch and Learn event where you will learn more about the program, and take this opportunity to talk about your career goals with your supervisor.

By learning together and from one another we are building on our efforts to make King County a great place to work, one where you have the tools and support to innovate, achieve your career goals and do your best work for more than 2 million people who call this place home.




Dow Constantine
King County Executive