Do you have career experience and wisdom to share with a junior or senior engineering student? The Hart Center Industry Mentor Program is looking for experienced engineering or business professionals who can provide one-on-one guidance to students in their college-to-career transition.
As a mentor, you can help students set and achieve goals, leverage their strengths and fortify their weaknesses, listen and offer advice, help them make connections with other professionals, expose them to career opportunities, and help design a road map to success.
Participants must commit to:
- Being involved for a minimum of one academic year (August-May)
- Participating in regular one-on-one meetings with Student Mentee
- Attending one mentor training session
- Notifying the Hart Center of any challenges and changes in contact information
If you, or a colleague, match the Mentor Profile below and are interested in mentoring a student, apply now or contact Kathy Hubbard, director of the Hart Center for Engineering Leadership, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 214-768-3033.
Apply to Become a Mentor
To sign-up as a mentor, log on to the Lyle Success Connections Platform using your email or your LinkedIn account and make a profile. Then request to join the Lyle Industry Mentoring Program under the "Programs" tab. Signing up through Lyle Success Connections is required.