Mentor a Student
Mentoring is a great opportunity to give back to the Temerty Faculty of Medicine student community.
By sharing your experiences, insights and advice, you will impact the student experience in a meaningful way. Students always value the opportunity to learn from our alumni and appreciate your time to help.
To apply to be a mentor for one of the below programs, please complete the online application.
All mentorship programs will be virtual for 2020-2021.
MD Alumni Mentorship Program
Alumni mentors must be graduates of the MD program. Connect one-on-one with an MD student. This program runs in the fall, from September to December.
Department of Nutritional Sciences
Both Nutritional Sciences undergraduate and graduate alumni are welcome to participate. Mentor a Nutritional Sciences student through a series of mentorship events and one-on-one meetings. This program spans the academic year (September to April).
MD/PhD Longitudinal Mentorship Program
Alumni mentors must be graduates from the MD/PhD program. Connect with a MD/PhD student and share your professional insights and advice. This program spans the academic year (September to May).
Longitudinal Academic Mentorship Program (LAMP)
A student-led group mentorship program organized by second year MD students. Resident and physician mentors are matched with a group of MD students. Groups meet virtually throughout the academic year. For more information, please contact: email@example.com
Life Sciences Career Development Society Mentorship Program
A student-led mentorship program organized by the Life Sciences Career Development Society. Alumni mentors must be a graduate of a Temerty Faculty of Medicine Life Sciences program. The program runs in the winter, from January to April.
Physical Therapy Mentorship Program
The Department of Physical Therapy Mentorship Program is dedicated to connecting final year students and graduates of the program through instructive and meaningful activities.
How To Be An Ideal Mentor
Mentorship can make a huge difference for both mentor and mentee. Find tips on making the most out of this relationship.