MENTORSHIP PROGRAM FAQ
What is the MAISS Mentorship Program?
The MAISS Mentorship Program matches undergraduate students with upperclass BIM majors. The BIM community is smaller than most majors, so the MAISS Mentorship Program hopes to create a network of BIM majors, as well as students who have an interest in business and technology, who are devoted to guide each other academically, professionally, and socially. Each mentor is matched with one or two mentees, forging relationships throughout their term and sharing in fun, friendship, and support.
Why should I become a mentor?
As a mentor, you will be able to expand your network, gain experience that can be showcased on your resume, build leadership and communication skills, and make an impact on someone’s college experience.
Do I need to be a MAISS member to become a mentor?
No, non-members can apply to become mentors.
What are the requirements of becoming a mentor?
To become a mentor, you must be a BIM major in at least your second year of studies and willing to dedicate time and love for your mentee(s).
What are the time commitments for a mentor?
Mentors are required to go through Mentorship Training on Saturday of Week 1 and attend Meet the Mentors on Wednesday of Week 2. Mentors and mentees also make a commitment to get together at least once a week for two quarters.
How do I become a mentor?
You must complete the mentorship application by the Friday before Week 0.
I’ve applied to become a mentor. When should I expect to hear back?
All applicants will receive an email by Monday of Week 1.
When will I be matched with my mentee(s)?
You will receive an email by Saturday of Week 3 with your mentee match(es) along with their contact information.