Second-year neuroscience student Christine Loo with Clinical Research Coordinator Danielle Berglund (GCD, 2010)
The CBS Mentor Program begins in October and runs through April every school year. Students learn to build professional networks, polish communication skills, explore new areas of interest and how to transition to graduate/professional school or the workplace.
The mentor program kick-off dinner and orientation will take place the evening of Tuesday, October 16, 2018 at McNamara Alumni Center.
This event is designed to provide the opportunity for mentorship pairs to meet for the first time and learn best practices. This event is open to students and alumni in the program whether or not your mentor or mentee can attend the dinner.
FOR CBS STUDENTS
As a mentee, your role is to set the groundwork for a lasting professional network as you gain access to an insider's perspective on navigating your academic/career path. This program matches you with an industry professional in your area of interest.
- You will take the lead in the relationship by identifying your goals for academic/career exploration
- Your mentor will provide academic/career guidance and help you with strategic goals
Enrollment in the CBS Mentor Program for 2018-19 is now open. Apply to become a mentee!
FOR CBS ALUMNI + FRIENDS
As a mentor, your role is to help your student(s) get the most out of his/her college experience and to help them transition to graduate/professional school or the workplace.
- Contacting your student as you see fit (face-to-face, telephone, email)
- Attending the orientation dinner in the fall and closing reception in the spring
- Determining how your expertise can help your student meet his/her academic or career goals
- Making time available for your mentee
Enrollment in the CBS Mentor Program for 2018-19 is now open. Apply to become a mentor!