Mentorship: Where I’ve Found It, How it’s Helped and Where You Can Look

  • Universities typically offer opportunities for current students to speak to alumni, this is a great chance to network and find potential mentors.
  • Take part in student mentorship opportunities; while you might be looking for help yourself you can always provide guidance to those below you. You never know, your pairing could also lead to some reverse mentorship.
  • If you’re a recent graduate, get in contact with your school’s alumni office, you’ll still be able to speak to older alumni.
  • Speak to colleagues, peers, and family members about your interests and your desire for a mentor, even if you don’t find one, you’ll definitely find advice.




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