Connect with peers who are engaged in campus life and on the path to their future career.
- Meet with upper year students in career-focused mentoring relationships
- Choose to participate in group or individual mentoring interactions
- Ask questions about your field of study and ways to connect with your industry
- Receive guidance regarding Employment and Student Entrepreneurial Services (ESES) events and services that may contribute to your career development
- Direct the focus of your mentoring conversations around your personal career development goals
- Have confidence in knowing you have a mentor to contact who can provide information about student services on campus and who genuinely cares about your Fanshawe experience
- The length of your mentoring relationship is based on your career development goals and reasons for engaging with the program
- You are an upper level student who is actively involved in your field of study
- Meet with mentees who have requested individual matches
- Provide information, develop networking skills and answer questions regarding ESES and other services available to students
- Invite mentees to ESES events and attend to promote inclusion, and act as a familiar face while helping to create a welcoming space
- Improve your leadership, communication and management skills in addition to gaining volunteer experience and expanding your network through ESES contacts and events
- Commit to your mentor role for a minimum of 2-4 hours per month
Those interested in becoming a Peer Mentor, please contact the InSPIRE Mentoring Team at email@example.com.
Questions? Contact the InSPIRE Mentoring Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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