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Alumni Mentoring Program

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Health Sciences Alumni Mentoring Program

The alumni mentoring program is an initiative of the Faculty of Health Sciences and its Alumni Association Executive Committee.

The program allows you to develop a one-on-one partnership with a mentor. Your mentor will provide advice and guidance by sharing their experiences and career journey. You’ll discuss networking and workplace dynamics, your vocational interests and career path, and get advice on opportunities that are available in the workplace to facilitate career development. Your mentor assists you to develop a professional resume and refine your interview skills.

In some situations, you may have the opportunity to shadow your mentor in their workplace.

The program is available to domestic students, as well as international students returning home to Singapore, Hong Kong or Canada.

For more information about the program, email the Alumni Engagement Team at

What’s involved

The program runs for approximately six months.

As a mentee in the program, you will be expected to:

  • participate in an information session to learn how to get the most out of the program
  • attend at least three face-to-face meetings with your mentor
  • complete an online mid-program evaluation, and an online post-program evaluation in September 2018.

Domestic program

The program runs between April and September. Domestic students are also required to participate in the program launch event on Thursday, 12 April 2018 where you will meet your mentor.

International program

The program runs between February and August. You will also need to participate in an online introduction.

Benefits of the program

Through the program, you will:

  • increase your understanding of the industry/field related to your career interests
  • enhance your awareness of employer expectations relating to graduate attributes and behaviours
  • increase your ability to make career-related decisions
  • increase your confidence in effective communication and networking with professionals
  • enhance your interpersonal skills by developing and maintaining a professional relationship.


Domestic students

You are eligible to apply for the program as a final year undergraduate or postgraduate student. You need to be available to attend the launch event.

International students

You are eligible to apply for the program as a new graduate returning home to either Singapore, Hong Kong or Canada. You need to be available to attend an online introduction. 

How to apply

Domestic students

Applications for 2018 are now closed.

International students

Applications for 2018 are now closed. 

What happens next

If successful, the program leaders will match you to a suitable mentor based on discipline of study and vocation interests. You’ll then need to arrange dates, times and locations for your face-to-face meetings.

Last updated: 20 March 2018

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