For many ABA trainees, achieving behavior analytic certification is often perceived as the end of a long, difficult road. However, the harsh reality is that the journey has just begun for these practitioners, and the need for supervision, mentorship, and coaching becomes arguably even more important at this career crossroads. This panel, comprised of individuals who have completed supervision in Organizational Behavior Management (OBM) practice towards BACB® certification, will provide insights into the essential behavioral repertoires that create high quality mentorship relationships, even after the final verification form is signed and submitted. Topics covered will include how to seek out potential mentors, signs of a quality mentor, necessary behaviors for the mentee to exhibit to cultivate an effective mentor-mentee relationship, ethical considerations when shifting from a supervisor to ongoing mentorship, and more. All panelists and chair specialize in OBM, and will bring a unique perspective to these issues based on the science of human behavior applied in the workplace.