Gustavus Mentoring Program

Mentoring program

2018-2019 Mentoring Program Year

Please check back for more information this summer.


The Gustavus Mentoring Program matches Gustavus students with a Gustavus alum, parent, or friend for a mentoring relationship.


Develop meaningful & impactful relationships with Gustavus Alumni.

Participants should be in their Sophomore, Junior, or Senior year. Mentoring pairs work together to:
  • Assist in preparing students for the transition to professional life upon graduation
  • Realization that many career paths are non-linear and encourage students to keep an open mind and explore varied possibilities
  • Accept coaching to enhance and develop interpersonal, professional, and leadership skills
  • Assist in building a professional network

The program runs late October - May. Mentoring pairs are expected to make contact at least once per month. Conversation starters will be provided to offer guidance on discussion topics. For mentor information click here.

Registration Information:

Mentors: Registration available in Summer 2018 - Please check back for more information.

Mentees (students): Registration available in late August 2018 - Please check back for more information.

 **Note: Students must attend MANDATORY Mentee (Student) Orientation to be apart of the Program.


Upcoming Events for 2017-18:

September Registration - Deadline October 1
MANDATORY Mentee Orientation - October 17 & October 19 7pm, Wallenberg Auditorium (Pick only one)
Mentoring Program Kick-off - October 26 7pm, DoubleTree by Hilton - Bloomington (student busses leave 3 Flags at 5:30 p.m.)
Alumni Panel at Real Life 101: Career - November 13 7pm, Career Development
Monthly Communication - November 2017 - April 2018
What's Next? - March 13 4:30pm, Gustavus Banquet Rooms
Closing banquet at Gustavus - May 2018

 SMART Goals Worksheet

Mentor Handbook 2017

Career Conversations







For more information regarding the Gustavus Mentoring Program contact Laura Diaz at 507-933-6056 or
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