This short-term commitment (Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter) mentorship community connects QC undergraduate and graduate students with experienced alumni mentors who can guide and support students as they solve their current career challenges (i.e., resume reviews, networking tips, interview guidance, and other professional etiquette skills). This can help students decide which career path to pursue, be more competitive job seekers, and develop their career readiness competencies. If you are a student who is undecided in your major or career path, or seeking clarity in your career, the mentorship community may be for you.
Note: Many of the mentor-mentee connections can turn into long-term professional relationships. They can continue after one semester, if both the mentor and mentee choose to do so and communicate with one another.
Mentees are Queens College undergraduate and graduate students who want to learn from their mentors and develop their interpersonal and professional skills. They are committed and motivated students who recognize that building professional networks and relationships is key to their success in their future occupations. To be considered, applicants must complete all steps of the application process by the deadlines! We strongly encourage eligible students to apply early, as we may not be able to accommodate all students who apply.
Eligible Student Applicants
Currently enrolled Queens College undergraduate and graduate students
1. Online Application Deadline:
- May 31 for Summer semester
- August 31 for Fall semester
- November 15 for Winter semester
- February 15 for Spring semester
2. Students Receive Matches: within a month after the application deadlines.
The mentorship match email will only be sent to students who have completed the online application.
Queens College Career Mentoring Community will NOT process incomplete or late applications. Please save the date for the deadlines.
- We cannot guarantee that all applicants will be accepted into the community, due to the limited spots and competitive nature of the program.
- In consideration of your acceptance into this community, we will be reviewing your ability to follow directions in completing the application, spelling, grammar and attention to detail.
Apply here: Mentee Form (for QC Students)
Want to learn more? Get resources and ideas for activities with your mentor at: bit.ly/qcmentor