Students - A Suite of Programs for Connecting with Alumni
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Students in all MBA and 1-Year Masters level programs at Schulich School of Business, as well as 3rd and 4th Year Undergraduate level students at Schulich School of Business, are eligible to participate in the Alumni Mentorship program pending successful completion of the Orientation and upon reviewing the program Guidelines.
Mentorship Orientation dates are available now. Students must meet eligibility criteria to attend, completion of both sessions in full is required, partial attendance may impact your eligibility. RSVP Now
Preparing for your Mentorship Experience
Students eligible to participate in the Alumni Mentorship Program must attend a two-part Student Orientation Series and review the Student Guidelines (above).
The Student Mentorship Orientation will incorporate a professional development component as well as tips for success.
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The Schulich Alumni Mentorship Program helps students develop professional relationships with accomplished Alumni Mentors for both personal and professional development.
Students and alumni mentors will meet a minimum of three times throughout the academic year (September to April). This gives you an opportunity to build a meaningful mentor relationship so that you can:
- Develop skills in communication, job search strategies and time management
- Gain professional and industry insights
- Build networking skills
- Discover your strengths and how to overcome challenges
To be eligible for the program you must read the program guidelines and register for the mandatory Mentorship Orientation series.
In the orientation series, you will receive instructions on how to find your alumni mentor. You will also be granted access to the Schulich Online Alumni Community where you will be able to view alumni mentor profiles.
Alumni Coffee Chats
Connect with Schulich alumni in an informal one-on-one conversation over coffee (or tea).
Coffee chats allow you to create connections to help you enhance communication skills, build networks and receive professional insights. Whether you are thinking about a career switch or looking to pursue a new career path, speaking with alumni can assist you in making your decision. A coffee chat should not be viewed as a job placement opportunity.
To be eligible for the program you must read the program guidelines and register for a mandatory Mentorship Orientation session.
At the orientation session, you will receive instructions on how to find your alumni coffee chat mentor. You will also be granted access to the Schulich Online Alumni Community where you will be able to view alumni coffee chat mentor profiles.
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