Where mentors gain valuable professional development and leadership skills, and mentees develop connections with allies who can provide extra academic guidance and social support.
Students and mentors will be matched based on common interests, including field of study, background, and professional aspirations. To get started, you'll register and complete an online survey to assess personality and experience.
Incoming CAM students are paired with an upperclass student who will serve as a peer mentor. This one-on-one relationship guides new students to succeed at CAM with the help of a peer with first-hand experience. Mentors will share advice and welcome new students to the university, while also building their professional networks and developing skills to become better leaders.
Upperclassmen CAM students are paired with a CAM alumni in a similar field of interest. This one-on-one relationship guides our current CAM students in preparing them to enter the world of work. Mentors will share advice and build the students' professional networks.
Mentors, share this experience as leadership!
Many mentors choose to share their mentoring experience as part of their resume and/or on LinkedIn. You’re more than welcome to do that as well, if you haven’t already!
See below for a suggestion on writing about your experience:
Mentor at Mentor Collective: Shared personal experiences, insights, and tips to support CU Denver students to promote academic success, personal growth, and career development.