Mentoring at McGill... something for everyone!
McGill is committed to creating a culture of mentoring. There are numerous mentoring opportunities at the University, each with its own guiding principles, structure and goals. Discover how mentoring can enhance your McGill experience!
Staff-Student Mentoring Program
The Staff-Student Mentoring Program is for you if you are an undergraduate student looking to enhance your overall University experience by connecting with a University staff member or graduate student. Every mentoring relationship will be unique in its nature and scope and will develop organically over time. A mentoring relationship can help close gaps, foster connections and build networks, as participants discover new opportunities and share knowledge and exchange insights about a wide variety of topics and interests.
NEW! Graduate-Undergraduate Student Mentoring Program: Effective in January 2014, undergraduate mentees will have the option to choose between a staff mentor or a graduate student mentor through the graduate-undergraduate student mentoring program stream of the Staff-Student Mentoring Program. If you are an undergraduate student and you would like to be paired with a graduate student mentor, please indicate this on the Mentee Application Form under "Special Considerations." If you are a graduate student interested in mentoring an undergrad, please rachel [dot] schwartz [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (email) us.
Other McGill Mentoring Opportunities
CaPS Mentor Program: If you are a student seeking career advice or direction from a McGill alumni, check out the McGill CaPS Mentor Program.
- BCom Mentoring Program: The BCom Mentoring Program connects undergraduate students in their U2 and U3 years at the Desautels Faculty of Management to mentors in industry who are themselves McGill Alumni (BCom 2003-2008). The BCom Mentoring Program provides students with a connection to the real world of Management to gain insight into their chosen field, to develop their professional skill set and networking abilities and to reach their career goals. Learn more at www.mcgill.ca/desautels/career/bcom/mentoring.
- MBA Mentoring Program: The MBA Mentoring Program at the Desautels Faculty of Management provides students in the Master of Business Administration program with networking opportunities, learning events and dedicated one-on-one mentor relationships with mid-high level executives. By engaging in significant dialogue with successful and influential business professionals, MBA candidates learn how to make a favorable shift to the workplace. Mentor pairs are matched based on both their professional and personal goals. While most mentors are based out of Montreal, the program includes mentors in Toronto, New York and Paris, France. Learn more at www.mcgill.ca/desautels/career/mba/mentoring.