Get advice on how to prepare for your career of choice!
Registration is now open for sophomore, junior, and senior College of Science and Engineering students to sign up to be matched with an industry mentor working in science and engineering fields through the award-winning CSE Mentor Program. Freshmen are encouraged to wait a year to gain academic experience and perspective.
The registration deadline is Friday, Oct. 5, 2012.
Don't miss this great opportunity to work one-on-one with an experienced professional working in a science or engineering field who can provide valuable career information, insights and strategies.
For more information, visit the Find a Mentor web page.
Get career advice from an experienced professional
Each fall, the CSE Mentor Program matches more than 250 sophomore, junior and senior students with science, math, and engineering professionals.
- As a student in the CSE Mentor Program, you take the lead in the relationship and identify your goals for the career exploration.
- Your mentor will provide career information, strategies, and advice on how to reach your academic and professional goals.
- You may also tour a company or work site, attend professional meetings, and get feedback on your resume.
You will set the groundwork for a lasting professional network and gain access to an insider's perspective on navigating your career path and preparing for the transition from college life to the workplace.
Save the date for the Mentor Program Orientation and Kickoff on Tuesday, Oct. 23, 7-9 p.m.
If you have additional questions about the program, please contact Ann Terry in Alumni Relations at email@example.com or 612-626-1802.
CSE Alumni Relations