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The Mentor-Protégé Program helps firms gain new skills to perform larger and more complex ODOT contracts. By participating in the Mentor-Protégé program, firms can learn needed skills to grow, expand and pursue contracts more frequently and of larger size.
Selection for the Port of Portland Mentor-Protégé Program is conducted through an application process. To apply for the program, businesses must meet the following criteria:
Note: Completing the application does not guarantee acceptance into the program.
ODOT is currently not accepting new firms into the Mentor-Protégé program.
The protégé is not compensated directly for being in the program. The mentor may request compensation before becoming involved in the program.
No; the Mentor-Protégé program mostly consists of tutoring with industry experts focused on the protégé's specific needs instead of general training.
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