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Artis Mentor Collective
The Artis Mentor Collective program enhances the student experience by linking them one-on-one with a peer mentor, a student in the Artis College of Science and Technology who has been through many of the things you are doing at Radford University.
Students are paired with someone invested in their success — a person ready to listen, inspire, help navigate challenges and recognize opportunities. Students will learn what to expect in school, how to approach challenges, gain career advice and valuable insights, while mentors will build their networks and develop skills to become better professionals and leaders.
How it Works
To participate in this mentorship program, mentors and mentees will have to register and complete a 3-minute online survey where you will be asked about your background, academic interests, hobbies, etc."
Mentees will be matched with a mentor on a "first come first serve basis" based on the survey
As soon as they are matched, they will receive an SMS introducing each other and they will be able to start engaging with their counterpart.
What do mentors and mentees discuss?
● How will my major impact my professional options?
● How do I balance the demands of school, responsibilities, and socializing?
● How can I set myself up for academic, social, and career success?
● How do I make connections with peers and professional contacts?
To sign up to be a mentor please visit:
• Mentor: https://radford.mentorcollective.org/register/radford/mentor
To sign up to be a mentee please visit:
• Mentee: https://radford.mentorcollective.org/register/radford/mentee
Quotes from participants in the nationwide Mentor Collective network:
● “[My mentor] helped me answer the question of how to form strong relationships with my professors by giving me an actionable strategy to having strong purposeful visits to their office hours.”
● “I'm really excited to have someone there for me. It's nice knowing that I'm not completely alone and hopefully can be someone I can reach out to if I'm having a hard time in school or other activities.”
● “My mentor has been an amazing help in my life, he makes me realize and see things more clearly. Sometimes it's in front of your face but can't see until someone puts it into words for you.”
● “I'm volunteering to mentor because I've been fortunate enough to have mentors who guided me throughout my academic and professional careers & I feel like I am finally able to give back. “
● “I would like to give back and help current students achieve their goals, sometimes all it takes is a simple conversation.”
● “I have personally benefited from the help of some great mentors both in my personal life and academic/career life. At my first real job after college I was assigned a mentor on my first day that has been nothing but supportive and helpful to me as I embarked on a new journey. Mentorship has been a very valuable asset to my life and career so far. I believe it is my duty to also give back like the mentors who have been part of my success so far.“
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