CoE Mentoring Programs
- CoE Peer Mentoring Program
The College of Engineering Peer Mentoring Program is open to all new first-year Engineering students who want to benefit from the guidance of an experienced engineering student. These peer mentors provide support and direction to the first-year students, especially right before and after they move to campus. Mentors help new students make connections with the people, places, and programs that will get them off to a good start in their first semester. It's a fast and fun way to connect to the College and the campus. This program is coordinated by the Engineering Advising Center.
MEPO Mentoring Program
Mark Jones, email@example.com, (734) 647-7123
Shannon Flowers, firstname.lastname@example.org, (734) 647-6955
The MEPO Mentoring Program offers first year students an opportunity to build community in the College of Engineering, access resources for success and strengthen their academic performance.
Just Alumni Sharing Knowledge
Office of Graduate Education
Andria Rose, email@example.com
Just ASK is about current Engineering graduate students connecting one-on-one with alumni. These mentoring relationships are intended to focus on: academics, study skills, and day-to-day issues surrounding graduate school; career planning and networking; and guidance on personal issues. Just ASK mentors are Engineering alumni who have volunteered to share their experiences with graduate students. Any current graduate student may request contact with a mentor.
Student/Alumni Professional Network
The College of Engineering Student/Alumni Professional Network is a service that enables students and alumni to connect via email - a great way to gain career related advice, explore careers in engineering and network. The Student/Alumni Professional Network is coordinated by the Engineering Career Resource Center, and will be available soon on ENGenius.Jobs.