The mentor-mentee relationship is a very important component of the Engineering Leadership Program. ELP students are in the beginning stages of their leadership development and are enthusiastic about having an experienced mentor committed to their growth. As a mentor, you will have opportunities to offer advice and tools to help your student assess his or her strengths and to seek out opportunities to grow in areas that need improvement. Students are eager to hear about your “real life” career experiences, talk about problems/failures, as well as successes. All of this will contribute to rich learning for ELP students. Additionally, many ELP students will seek advice on how to shape their “life after college.”
You would be a great mentor if:
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