Life After Trent: Mentoring Program
A Professional Networking Opportunity for Students and Recent Graduates
Current students and recent graduates are encouraged to apply to the "Life After Trent: Mentoring Program", for an opportunity to be matched with prominent alumni or Peterborough community leaders for one mentoring session during the winter term. Successful applicants (mentees) can expect to receive guidance to help them navigate career options, learn invaluable skills for professional development and make new contacts to give them a competitive advantage in the job market. Mentees will also receive coaching and professional development from the Career Centre.
Don't miss your chance to connect with prominent Trent alumni and Peterborough community leaders who want to give you a jump start in building your professional network and establishing your career goals.
By participating in this program, you will have the opportunity to:
- Select from prominent alumni from various sectors who have a career path that you are interested in exploring or learning more about.
- Ask questions and gain insight into these industries and occupations and see if they could be a good fit your future career path.
- Develop your professional network to gain an advantage in the competitive job market.
- Become confident and knowledgeable about networking.
- Improve your communication and interview skills.
- Ease the confusion of school-to-career transition.
The deadline has now passed for the 2017 Mentoring Program.
The Program will re-open in the 2017/2018 Academic Year.
Feedback from previous years:
“I believe the transfer of knowledge between generations is crucial for young Canadians. There is so much we can learn from people who passed the university of life. Learning about my mentor’s professional experience gave me an understanding what directions I want to take after graduating from Trent.” – Stanislav Puchyn recent graduate of the BBA program.
“The student I mentored is now an employee of (my organization)The Meyer Financial Group at CIBC Wood Gundy. Definitely a win-win program!” – Winston Meyer ’78, mentor