Are You a Penultimate or Final Year Business School Student?
If so, and you would be interested in being mentored by a Monash alumni or industry professional, please see the opportunity below.
Guidance for Mentees
Navigating through university and into the working world can be a challenge at times. With guidance from someone who’s walked a similar path, student mentees will feel better equipped to make their next move.
Mentoring is a collaborative learning relationship where both parties share mutual responsibility and accountability. The goal is to help the mentee work towards the fulfilment of clear and agreed goals. This happens through a series of time-limited, confidential, one-on-one conversations and other learning activities with a mentor.
Monash Business School Mentors
The Monash Business School mentors come from a variety of private, public sector and not-for-profit organisations, and many have management and leadership experience.
All are dedicated industry professionals who have volunteered to support future entrants into the working world.
Mentees are penultimate and final-year Monash Business School students, who will be individually matched with a mentor relevant to their professional goals.
Over the course of the semester, mentors and mentees meet frequently providing the opportunity for mentees to learn how to best set themselves up for success in a supportive environment.
|Mentor applications open||Monday 31 May|
|Mentor applications close||Sunday 4 July|
|Mentee applications open||Monday 31 May|
|Mentee applications close||Sunday 4 July|
|Program commences||Monday 26 July|
Monash Business School
- For more information see the Business School Mentoring Website