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Professional Mentoring Program

The College of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (CSTEM) is proud to announce the launch of a mentoring program designed to engage undergraduate students with STEM industry professionals. 

Benefits of Mentorship

  • Career Advice
  • Interview Support
  • Networking/Connections 
  • Graduate School Advice 
  • Resume Support 
  • Certificate of Achievement

Get Involved  

  • Are you going to be a junior in the fall and are interested in being paired with an industry professional?
  • Have you completed your lower-division coursework for the major? This can be done by reviewing your Degree Planner or using a Major/Minor Worksheet.
  • Do you have a resume, unofficial transcript, and a LinkedIn account prepared? Stay tuned for workshops to help you with these tools!
If so, you are now ready for a professional mentorship!

Expectations

  • Attend Kick-Off Reception in September
  • Meet with mentor/mentee at least once per month October-March
  • Attend Wrap-up in April

Receive Mentorship 

Mentees will be matched with a working professional and decide together on when and where to meet for at least 1-2 hours a month. It will be your responsibility to coordinate meetings with your mentor.

2022-23 Student Application

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Become a Mentor

Mentors will be matched with a student whose educational or professional interests align with their own and will decide together on when and where to meet for at least 1-2 hours a month.  Are you are professional at any level of a STEM (or STEM-related) career and interested in being paired with an undergraduate student mentee?  Fill out the application and join us!

2022-23 Mentor Application

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2022-2023 Program Timeline

What Dates
Application Period April - September 2022
Interviews and matching August - September 2022
Program Orientation September 2022
Mid-Year Networking Event January - February 2023
Program Wrap Up April 2023

 

Questions? 
Please contact raraiza@csusm.edu, CSTEM Professional Mentoring Program Faculty Director

 Sponsors and Supporters

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