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Alumni mentoring program

Alumni mentoring program

Mentoring is one of the ways in which alumni can actively connect with current students and each other. The Alumni Office works with the Alumni Association and Synthesis to offer annual opportunities for both alumni and students in a variety of ways:

  • Alumni/Student Mentoring
    This 18-month program connects second-year students with an alum. The program helps guide the students through the second half of their studies and concludes at graduation. You and your mentee will meet once per month to discuss topical and relevant issues.

    Applications open every October, followed by a kick-off event in December, with the programming running from January of the student’s second year through graduation. Each year, around 60-80 mentoring tandems are selected to participate.
  • Alumni/Alumni Mentoring
    This 12-month program connects alumni with each other. We recognize that our alumni can benefit from guidance from a more experienced alumnus and it is another way to help each other professionally. As compared to the alumni/student program, the alumni/alumni mentoring relies more on the intrinsic motivation of the participants with discussion topics relative to each pair.

    This program runs the calendar year, starting in January and ending in December. Similarly to the Alumni/Student program, applications open annually in October.
  • Entrepreneurial Mentoring
    Alumni have the opportunity to mentor fellow alumni or students who have a specific focus in running their own personal start-up. This focused and selective program is run in cooperate with Synthesis, Constructor University’s Entrepreneurship & Innovation Center. 
  • Outside Mentoring
    The university partners with groups and organizations outside of campus to provide mentorship opportunities with local and regional professionals and leaders. 
Selection Process

Mentor/mentee tandems in both programs are selected based on factors such as common academic, professional, and personal interests. It is not an exact science and we work hard to find complimentary matches while maximizing the number of pairs.

If you would like more information about mentoring, please contact the Alumni Office at