Prospective Mentees

Eligibility:

To be eligible to participate in the Mentor-Mentee Program in Humanities, Arts, Cultural Studies and Social Sciences, students must be:

  • A currently enrolled and continuing undergraduate student in good academic standing
  • A second or new transfer (third year) student
  • A major within Humanities, Arts, Cultural Studies, or Social Sciences

Requirements:

  • Two-quarter commitment
  • An hour-long meeting with your mentor every other week (every week encouraged)
  • Timely completion of mentor-assigned tasks
  • Attend events and complete program activities as scheduled
  • Completion of program evaluations

Benefits:

  • Acquire valuable skills to help you find a research mentor
  • Get help in preparing for a thesis project
  • Gain professional and career skills
  • Learn how to prepare for graduate school
  • Network with undergraduate and graduate students 

How to Apply:


Priority Deadline:  Friday, October 18th, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.
Deadline:  Wednesday, October 30, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.


Kymberley Chu, Cognitive Science and International Business double major

“The Mentor-Mentee Program in Humanities, Arts, Cultural Studies and Social Sciences was pivotal in guiding me through balancing my undergraduate priorities, providing a broader picture of the graduate school application process, along with encouraging me to pursue research using an interdisciplinary, holistic learning mindset.” 

– Kymberley Chu, Cognitive Science and International Business double major

 

 

In partnership with the Undergraduate Research Center, funding for the Mentor-Mentee Program in Humanities, Arts, Cultural Studies and Social Sciences is provided by the Office of the Dean, College of Letters & Science, the Office of Graduate Studies, and the Office of Research.