Word usage examples
Lojur felt tremendous gratitude toward Chekov, whose mentorship had been invaluable to him.
I thank the Australian Society of Authors and John Tranter for their assistance through the Mentorship Program.
To the Tower, to Tharius Don, who asked for and received mentorship in her case.
If not for the benevolent mentorship of Supreme Commander Atreides and the Butler family clout, Abulurd would no doubt be a clerk organizing supply runs for isolated outposts.
In the rush of my late-night prowlings with Jimmy Moore and his entourage, of my society functions, of my mentorship with Prescott, of my sexual obsession with Veronica, of my work and play with the Bishop brothers, of this new life that had seemingly been granted me, in the midst of it all I had lost my resentment for a while.
The hours of training Neezer had put her through during her mentorship, enhanced and maintained in the years since then, was all that kept her connected to the searching current-tendrils.
That was what mentorship was all about, apparently, convincing you that it worked.
It was only in the second year that he began to improve, following the mentorship of a maths teacher.
In high school, she was recruited by a mentorship group that paired promising girls with women professionals in the hard sciences.
Renaissance Souls may forget that mentorship has traditionally been a less formal affair, open to everyone.