CE-Mentorship Program


CE-Mentorship

Pun intended

The Civil Engineering Mentorship Program

The Civil Engineering Mentorship program (CE-Mentorship, pun intended) began in 2017 to help establish connections between civil engineering undergraduates. This program pairs or groups second-year students with students in third year and above to meet on a monthly basis.

The purpose of this program is to give civil engineering students the chance to seek advice from other students and to have the opportunity to mentor others. It is meant to encourage inter-year connections and enhance the civil engineering community.

Expectations

  1. Mentees and mentors will meet at least once per month. This could be for coffee, a study session, you name it.
  2. There is no fee for this program. It’s free and open to all civil students.
  3. There will be a kick-off event at the end of September and a closing event at the end of the year.
  4. The Civil Club will organize one or two events per term for all mentors and mentees.
  5. Students that are on co-op may also participate, so long as their work term is local and they are able to travel near campus to meet with their mentor.

  1. Ask your mentor questions about anything.
  2. Mentees will receive an email at the end of each month with a short feedback survey and suggested discussion points for the next month.

  1. Mentors will receive an email at the end of each month with a short feedback survey and suggested discussion points for the next month.
  2. Mentors will also receive mentoring tips and resources to help you get started.
  3. Depending on the ratio of mentors-to-mentees, a mentor may have one or two mentees. This is not meant to be an additional time commitment.
  4. Mentors will have the option to be featured on the Civil Club website and facebook page.
  5. A mentor appreciation event will take place at the end of the academic year.