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Alumni Mentoring Program

Join the program by October 7, 2022!

Become a mentor Become a mentee

Welcome to the AUBG Alumni Mentoring Program

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Alumni

Become a mentor

    • Expand your own network;
    • Get a better understanding of what motivates the upcoming classes of future professionals;
    • Enhance your leadership and communications skills;
    • Learn how to coach and mentor;
    • Deepen your relationship with AUBG and the alumni community;
    • Be better acquainted with the students and current affairs of the university and AAA;
    • Network with other alumni mentors.
    • Degree conferred from AUBG or EMBA in any academic program;
    • At least 1 year of professional experience in the chosen field.
    • Decide with a mentee on the main communication channel (i.e. email, phone, in-person, etc.);
    • Decide with your mentee the parameters of the relationship, such as how often and how you will meet;
    • Help mentee identify and set goals, track progress, and adapt to changes;
    • Fill out the Mentorship Agreement in the first meeting and submit it to the AUBG AMP Committee;
    • Help mentee understand relevant concepts and proactively seek answers to the mentee’s questions;
    • Reinforce important competencies and skills valued for a successful career in the chosen field;
    • Assist mentee with the career readiness questions, i.e. resume, cover letter, interviewing, how to search for a career. Offer suggestions and feedback;
    • Respond in a timely fashion;
    • Provide feedback about your experience through surveys;
    • Contact the Alumni Office/AMP Committee in case any issues arise;
    • Contact the Alumni Office/AMP Committee if the Mentor wishes to stop being a part of the program.
    • To offer any jobs/internships to mentees;
    • To offer further guidance and help to the mentee after the completion of the program.
Students

Become a mentee

    • Gain insight into a specific industry, employer and/or job function;
    • Present your ideas and create a personal development plan guided by a professional;
    • Work on your career readiness skills;
    • Learn how to write a CV/motivational letter/cover letter;
    • Expand your network;
    • Learn how to improve your job/internship search;
    • Improve your networking skills;
    • Test yourself in mock interviews.
    • Open to Juniors and Seniors
    • Decide with your mentor on the main communication channel (i.e. email, phone, in-person, etc.);
    • Decide with your mentor the parameters of the relationship, such as how often and how you will meet;
    • Identify and set goals for the mentoring relationship with your mentor;
    • Fill out the Mentorship Agreement in the first meeting and submit it to the AUBG AMP Committee;
    • Respect their mentor’s time and have an open dialog about expectations and goals;
    • Be open-minded and appreciative when receiving advice and feedback;
    • Contact the Alumni Office/AMP Committee in case any issues arise;
    • Contact the Alumni Office/AMP Committee if you wishes to leave the program.
    • Ask their mentor for a job;
    • Request obligatory further guidance and help from the mentor after the completion of the program.
Program

Program Structure

  • The deadline to submit applications is October 7, 2022.

    Students who wish to participate in the program should fill out the Student Application Form. Please include any relevant experience (i.e. internship) in your CV and any special interest for better matching results.

    Alumni who wish to participate in the program should fill out the Alumni Application Form.

    Once accepted into the program, you will be required to take part in the coaching session. You will receive more information in the confirmation email from the AMP Committee once admitted into the program.

    If this is not your first time participating and you have already gone through the coaching session, please indicate this in the application form and the coaching requirement will be waived.

  • Mentors and mentees are required to fill out the application forms upon applying for the program. The AMP Committee will review the applications and make matches based on personal and professional commonalities.

    Once all the matches are made, the AMP Committee will notify the mentors and mentees about their respective matches and their contact information. The mentee is expected to initiate the communication with the mentor in the first 5 days of receiving their contact information. Failure to establish communication will result to removal from the program.

    Mentor and Mentee are required to fill out a Mentorship Agreement and submit it after the first meeting.

  • Mentors and mentees will be surveyed thought and at the end of the program. The purpose of the surveys is to identify the areas for improvement and development.

Resources & Activities

Resources and Activities

    • Share your AUBG experience;
    • Share your main goals and interests;
    • Mentee shares plans for after AUBG graduation;
    • Mentor shares their experience after graduating from AUBG.
    • How to choose a career path;
    • Explore different work places and further discuss their advantages and disadvantages;
    • Create a CV/motivational letter/cover letter;
    • Exchange and comment on each other’s CVs/motivational letters/cover letters;
    • How to deal with difficult situations and conversations in the workplace;
    • Explore and discuss the necessary skills for a chosen career path/work place;
    • Explore online job seeking platforms;
    • Explore internship opportunities;
    • Discuss advantages and disadvantages of continuing education or entering workforce;
Timeline

Program Timeline

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