Benefits of Being a Mentee

  • Become more self-aware so they can discern significant and career opportunities that align with their strengths and abilities
  • Understand how to seek information, advice, ideas, and career advancement support through their professional network
  • Improve soft skills
  • Stay informed about the latest trends in the industry
  • Establish a strong network with alumni


  • Mentees should be hard-working and talented upper-year undergraduate students in their third or fourth year
  • Be able to communicate with a mentor at least once a month through appropriate channels (i.e., email, phone, in person, etc.)
  • Be able to attend the mentorship events
  • Fill the online application form

Mentee Responsibilities

  • Be available
  • Be engaged
  • Respect mentor's time and efforts invested in your development
  • Be open to thoughtful conversations related to professional development, including suggestions and feedback
  • Active listening
  • Have clear goals and expectations
  • Maintain privacy/confidentiality
  • Notify the University of any issues during your time as a mentee
  • Provide feedback about your experience through evaluation surveys