Arts Student Advising Program

The Arts Student Advising Program (ASAP) is a joint effort between Arts OASIS and the Arts Undergraduate Society (AUS). The goal of this program is to complement the advising services provided by Arts OASIS by providing trained senior undergraduate students whom you can consult on an anonymous basis. Click here, call 514-398-1029, or stop by in person at their counter (Dawson Hall Building, Room 110) for more information about how to get involved.

Mentoring Across McGill

The Mentoring Across McGill Program connects undergraduate students looking to enhance their overall university experience with faculty members, staff members, graduate students, and, as of this term, alumni. Eligible students may also connect with healthcare professionals through the WPC Committee. The program applies a holistic, community-wide approach to mentorship in order to facilitate informal out-of-classroom conversations, knowledge-sharing and network-building between students and other University members, enriching each of their experiences at McGill. This program is on hiatus and not accepting applications at this time.

Alumni-Student Mentoring

The McGill Mentor Program is your tool for career exploration & networking. Click here to learn more and apply to be an alumni mentor. For information, email the Coordinator mentor.caps [at] (here).

BCom Mentoring Program

The BCom Mentoring Program connects undergraduate students to mentors who possess significant experience in their fields and have successfully applied their academic knowledge in achieving their career goals. Mentors are accepted from Montreal and Toronto, among some of the other major Canadian cities, and areas of the United States and internationally such as Paris, Dubai, Kuwait, Singapore, Beijing, Pakistan, Brussels, Japan and Athens, among many others. For more information about how to get involved, click here

MBA Mentoring Program

The MBA Mentoring Program at the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University serves, fundamentally, to build a strong and vibrant community of professionals engaged with the Faculty in furthering and supporting careers of its MBA graduates. To learn more about becoming a mentor, click here


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