Dr. Cynthia Williams
The Books & Papers section in the Mentoring Toolkit has great reading material for those planning to start mentoring on their own or with a formal program.

Coordinator of the Educational Interpreter Professional Development Center and Assistant Professor at Union County College in New Jersey, Dr. Cynthia Williams, 
examines the Master Mentor Program, with the intent to find effective practices in mentorship in the ASL-English Interpreting field. Read her article here.
Take the conversation further and join the LinkedIn  Group Sign Language Interpreting Mentors.   There, you can connect with other professionals, mentors and mentees and discuss this and other topics in mentoring.

Anna Davis
Regional Interpreter Education Center at Northeastern University