The WSU Mentorship Program aims to match engineering, computer science, and architecture students with practicing professionals in their field of study.
This gives students an opportunity to talk to someone outside of the university and to learn about a career as a practicing engineer/professional.
The basic framework of the program is to communicate via email at least once per month, and get together a couple of times during breaks.
This can be as informal as coffee, lunch, etc. Some mentors also take their students on office tours or let them job shadow for a day.
By providing a forum of contact with practicing professionals, we hope to increase student interest and retention in these important fields.
For more information and to participate, please e-mail us at email@example.com
Guidelines for Mentors
Guidelines for Mentees (Students)
The Women's Mentoring Program is in need of additional mentors. Mentors should be professional, practicing engineers, architects, and computer scientists.
If you’re interested in becoming a mentor, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org