Want to act as a mentor for students, assisting them to move from study to a profession? Mentoring can also be an excellent way for you to develop your coaching and leadership qualities. If you’re interested, we’d like to invite you to be a part of the ECU Alumni Mentoring Program.
The program is open to ECU graduates from any discipline or industry, and with any level of experience. Even if you’ve never acted as a mentor before, you can still take part, as we’ll provide full support and training.
To find out more, or to join the program, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here you’ll find useful resources for our mentoring program, including guidelines, the mentor handbook and an agreement template for mentor-mentee partnerships.
MentorHub is our informal online mentoring space. Mentors who sign up for MentorHub will not be formally matched with a student, but will be asked to share their profile for students and new graduates to access, using a password-protected platform.
Mentees can email the alumni mentors they think most relevant to them. This may be a one-off contact, or an ongoing series of communications at participants’ discretion. No matter how much or little time you can spare, this is a truly valuable way to give back by supporting ECU students. To sign up to MentorHub, please email email@example.com.
Karl Klemm, current student, Bachelor of Business and Gavin Bain, Bachelor of Business (1999). Gavin is currently CEO of Meerkats, an award-winning Perth-based ad agency.
Gayle O’Leary, current student, Bachelor of Planning and Scott Collins, alumnus, Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning (2010). Scott is currently Senior Projects Officer at City of Joondalup.
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