We offer a range of mentoring programs that connect our alumni with students, staff and other alumni. Learn why you should become a mentor and how to use your knowledge and experience to make an impact in the lives of others.
Guide our graduates throughout their career journey by becoming an online mentor. Our newest graduates right through to mid-level career alumni, would love to reach out to you for advice on navigating the workforce, industry trends, tips on making their next steps and how to grow their professional networks.
If you’re willing to share career advice and workplace experiences, we encourage you to become an online mentor and offer your business skills and knowledge to help guide and coach our emerging leaders.
Being a mentor brings great benefits, to both you and your mentee. Develop your leadership skills, expand your network and challenge your thinking, all while helping others.
If you’d like more information or have any questions, contact us at email@example.com.
Support our students in developing their career potential. Mentoring programs exist across a number of faculties and vary widely in their scope. Some encourage alumni to be mentors for students and other alumni, while others seek business leaders to become mentors, whether they are alumni or not.
Support female staff at the University to accelerate into leadership positions through the Sydney Women’s Mentor Program. The program gives female University staff a space for self-reflection, feedback and vision-setting, to develop their leadership potential for senior roles.
If you have previous mentoring experience and currently hold an executive position we encourage you to share your knowledge and shape the leadership careers of some of the University’s top talent.
Contact us to find out more and register your interest.
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