mentees' information and application
The Boston College Graduate Mentor Program matches Boston College graduate and professional students with Boston College undergraduate students from low income, first generation, or underrepresented backgrounds. The program is designed to help participants share experiences around graduate studies, how the choice was made to pursue a particular discipline, and the challenges and rewards of being a graduate student. The ultimate goal is to have participants share stories and offer support and guidance in exploring graduate work.
This program is a collaboration between the Office of Graduate Student Life and the Learning to Learn Department. All graduate students interested in being a mentor should appply through the Office of Graduate Student Life' s website.
Who can be a Mentee?
Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors who is participants of the Learning to Learn and the McNair Scholars programs is welcome to apply. There are 15 positions for mentees.
What is the time commitment?
The program will run from October through May. The fall term will require one orientation session with all participants and mentors on in October. with lunch, two informal one-on-one meetings between Mentor and Mentee between October and December, an educational meeting in November, and a final event with all participants in December. The Spring term session will have a similar format pending the recommendations of program participants.
The undergraduate students will read and select a mentor based on academic and personal interests.
How do I apply?
Complete the form below.
What is the deadline?
The application deadline is January 13th, 2012.
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