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Professional Mentoring Program Mentors


One-on-One Mentoring Sessions

For One-on-One mentoring, your mentee will contact you via the provided email once they have made their selection. Please respond to set a time for the meeting. The goal is one hour a month, either in person or virtual whichever you decide. During the first meeting, a mentorship contract will be completed together. The students will log the mentoring session. 

Events & Programming

2023-2024 Program Timeline
What Dates
Application Period April - August 2023

Kick-off Event in the USU Ballroom


View photos from our Fall 2023 Kick Off Reception.  Please share your participation with your company and network!  Let us know if you include PMP in a newsletter or tag us in photos.

Tuesday, September 5, 5-8PM

Mentee Workshop - Concepts and Constructs of Professionalism

Monday, October 2, 12-1PM in ACD 204

PMP Round Table Discussion: "Graduate School: From finding the right program to securing support" at the Innovation Hub, ELB 102. Wednesday, October 18,  5:30-7:30PM
PMP Round Table Discussion: "STEM Careers in Government" at the Innovation Hub, ELB 102. Tuesday, November 28, 5:30-7:30PM
PMP Round Table Discussion: "How to land your dream job; from application to negotiating contracts" at the Innovation Hub, ELB 102. Wednesday, February 7, 5:30-7:30PM
PMP Round Table Discussion: "Women in STEM" at the Innovation Hub, ELB 102.  Tuesday, March 26, 5:30-7:30PM
End of Year Networking Social in the USU Ballroom. April 30, 2024, from 5-8PM

Mentoring Resources

Introduction to addressing diversity issues between you and your mentee - developed by Suzanne Hizer, Ed.D, HSI-STEM Director, and Robyn Araiza, MS, PMP Faculty Director, at California State University San Marcos.

The Influence of Microaffiramation on Undergraduate Persistence in Science Career Pathways - addresses how historically underrepresented and overrepresented undergraduates persist in science-related career pathways.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Partner with us!
Inspire the next generation of STEM leaders by supporting this program.
Contact Mike Hele, Director of Philanthropy, at or 760-750-8401.