Being a mentor is a great way to stay in touch and keep up to speed with what is going with campus life even if you have not stayed in touch since graduation.
Being a mentor can help you develop your skills and build your resume by showcasing your ability to volunteer your time, share your experiences with soon-to-be graduates, and lead others.
Being a mentor can help you expand your network to students from across the country. Keep up to date with the dynamic, young and thriving talent who will leave the next legacy.
Complete the initial assessment so we can learn your Work Orientation and identify your best fit mentor match.
Get introduced to the program, set expectations for mentor meetings, and answer any questions you may have.
Connect with your mentor via email introduction, schedule a time for your first mentor meeting, and review the mentor meeting agenda.
Share your feedback after each mentor meeting via monthly forms and schedule monthly 1-on-1 meetings to share in-depth insights.
Connect with a new mentor after your mentor cycle to continually build rapport with more colleagues in your company.