After graduation, what's next for you?

Graduating Student

An alumni career mentor can help you explore an area of career interest and figure out your first steps along your career path.

Students tell us that meeting with a mentor reduces anxiety about life after graduation and opens up new possibilities.

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Who can apply?

Any third- or fourth-year student. You should be able to identify a career or cluster of careers you'd like to learn about. (If you're not there yet, book a career counselling session to start exploring your options.)

How does the program work?

  • The program runs from mid-September to the end of March. It includes:
  • 90-minute orientation
  • One-hour monthly meeting with your mentor (in person or virtually) in Oct, Nov, Jan, Feb, and Mar
  • E-mail check-ins to set learning goals and document your learning
  • Guided reflection (one live reflection session with other mentees and one written reflection submitted privately)

How are matches made?

Matches are made based on career interests and personal information you provide in your program application form.

Find out more

Give us a call at 506-364-2226, or drop by our office in the McCain Student Centre.

Sign up for our e-mail list so you'll know when to apply for the 2019-20 program. (Applications will be due in March.)