Professional Mentoring Program
The College of Human Ecology Professional Mentoring Program provides students with the opportunity to learn from highly successful and experienced professionals by forging long-lasting, professional relationships. These individuals are alumni and friends of K-State who volunteer their time to help students prepare professionally and succeed in their chosen career.
Interested in becoming a mentor?
We are fortunate in the College of Human Ecology to have successful and experience professionals who volunteer their time to mentor students. Mentoring can take as little as an hour of your time each month, yet it can have a great impact on students. As a mentor, you will:
- Provide insight about the various careers within your field.
- Guide students as they bridge the gap between education and career.
- Coach students on professional communication, dress and demeanor.
- Advise students on professional development within your discipline.
- Connect students to others who can assist them in building their professional network.
Apply to be a mentor today at wildcatlink.k-state.edu!
Interested in being mentored?
To become a student mentee, you must:
- Be a junior, senior or graduate student in good academic standing, enrolled in a degree program in the College of Human Ecology.
- Have at least two semesters remaining prior to completing your degree.
- Be able to commit at least on hour a month to the mentoring relationship.
Apply to be a student mentee today at wildcatlink.k-state.edu!
Need more information?
If you would like more information before committing to the College of Human Ecology’s Professional Mentoring Program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.