Please use the search fields below to find USLCA members that offer mentorship opportunities.
Why do I need a mentor?
Having a mentor may decreases the number of clinical hours required to sit for the exam and also helps you to learn from someone who is already working in the field. Having a guide provides valuable opportunities to think things through with a seasoned professional and get feedback to help you improve your skills.
Having an IBCLC Mentor to guide me as I learned the “ins and outs” of private practice lactation consulting, was beyond beneficial. I am a tactile learner. I also need repetition. Working alongside my Mentor, I was able to get the hands-on learning experience, as well as the expert teaching and correction I needed. I cannot imagine preparing for the exam or independent private practice without my Mentor’s help.
-Leah Brown, BS, IBCLC
Nashville Birth and Babies
How much does it cost?
Fees vary from mentor to mentor. Please review individual mentor profiles or contact local mentors directly to learn about fee structures.
All arrangements and fees between mentors and mentees fall outside the purview of USLCA.