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Request a Mentor

Have you ever thought about what it would be like to learn directly from your favorite industry leader? To gain insight into their knowledge and skills? Now is the time and now you can! Request a Mentor today and get a head start on your career.

Being a STEM student mentee is a unique opportunity to learn directly from a professional mentor's experience, knowledge, and skills. The one-on-one mentoring relationship allows each mentee to receive individualized attention and guidance related to career aspirations, professional development, and networking opportunities.

Request a Mentor

Benefits of Having a Mentor

  • Clarify goals for personal growth and learning
  • Increases success, satisfaction, career opportunity, and promotion
  • Gain practical advice, encouragement, and support
  • Builds confidence
  • Improve networking skills
  • Expand professional connections
  • Develop insight into current issues in your field of study
  • Understand how to navigate workplace culture
  • Enhance opportunities for future internships, jobs, and career success

Student Eligibility Requirements

  • Must be a full-time or part-time undergraduate student in the Hal Marcus College of Science and Engineering
  • Open to Junior and Senior students. (Due to the goals and objectives of the program, candidates should be 9-18 months or more from their anticipated graduation date.)
  • Students should be in good standing with a minimum of 2.0 cumulative GPA
  • All students must complete the STEM Student Mentee Application (below)

Student Responsibilities

  • Attend a STEM Mentor Program Orientation
  • Students drive the mentor-mentee relationship and take an active role in contacting their mentor and planning/coordinating meeting times
  • Commit to meeting monthly with their mentor
  • Attend events hosted by the Mentor Program

To Apply

Please submit your application to participate in the Mentor Program by clicking the link below:

STEM Student Mentee Application

If you are a professional interested in becoming a Mentor, please visit Become a Mentor.