New Career Mentoring Program

Are you a College of Agriculture and Life Sciences graduate? Do you enjoy your career? Want to share this passion with students? Would you like an excuse to travel to Texas A&M University twice in the next academic year?

career-mentoringIf you answered YES to these questions, then you might be interested in our new mentoring program for current Agriculture and Life Sciences students.

The mentoring program, which is a joint partnership between Texas A&M University’s Career Center and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, will give former students the opportunity to provide career advice to a current student interested in the mentor’s profession.

Selected mentors are required to travel to College Station once in the fall and once in the spring to meet face-to-face with their mentee. Between the fall and spring meetings, mentors and mentees will be asked to connect three additional times.

To find out more about becoming a mentor, please email Jennifer Smith, senior career coordinator, at jas11@tamu.edu.

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