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The College of Arts and Sciences Mentor Collective
program enhances the student experience by linking students with an
alumni mentor. Students are paired with someone invested in their
success a person ready to listen, inspire, help navigate challenges
and recognize opportunities. Students will develop a relationship with
someone who has been in their shoes, learn about different approaches to
working through challenges, and gain professional insights, while
mentors will build their networks and develop skills to become better
professionals and leaders.
Mentee and Mentor registration for the 2020-2021 program is currently closed. If you are interested in becoming a mentor in future years, please email CASfirstname.lastname@example.org .
How will my department and program impact my professional options?
How do I balance the demands of senior year courses, personal responsibilities, and socializing?
How can I set myself up for academic, social, and career success?
How do I make connections with peers and professional contacts?
Students will be matched with a College of Arts and Sciences alumni mentor based on academics, background, common interests and professional aspirations. To get started, students and mentors register and complete an online survey to assess interests and experience.
UDelaware CAS Blue Hens Connect program enhances the admitted student
experience by linking them one-on-one with a trained peer mentor.
Admitted students are paired with someone invested in their success — a
current student ready to listen, answer questions, coach, and share their authentic experiences. Admitted students will learn what it’s like to be a Blue Hen and start making connections to help them smoothly transition into college. At the same time, peer mentors will build their networks and develop skills to become better professionals and leaders.
mentors receive training on how to best support admitted students.
Mentors are then matched with admitted students via text and email through the Mentor Collective. Both mentors and mentees are asked to
share feedback on their experiences in the program.
What is life like on campus?
What extracurricular activities and sports are offered?
How do I juggle work with studying?
What are my next steps after being admitted?
really excited to have someone there for me. It's nice knowing that I'm
not completely alone and hopefully can be someone I can reach out to if
I'm having a hard time in school or other activities.”
has been an amazing help in my life; he makes me realize and see things
more clearly. Sometimes it's in front of your face but can't see until
someone puts it into words for you.”
volunteering to mentor because I've been fortunate enough to have
mentors who guided me throughout my academic and professional careers
& I feel like I am finally able to give back. “
“I would like to give back and help current students achieve their goals; sometimes, all it takes is a simple conversation.”
Want to learn more? Contact us at CASemail@example.com.
program is supported by generous donations from College of Arts and
Sciences alumni and friends, and guided by the College of Arts and
Sciences Deans Advisory Council.