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MentorShep (Online Mentoring Platform)

Graduating Soon? Looking for networking opportunities? Need career Advice?

The goal of the mentoring platform is to facilitate career mentoring between current Shepherd students and alumni, as well as community members.  Students and mentors are matched based on shared interests and career aspirations. Mentoring sessions will occur entirely over a brand-new video-chat platform. Learn more about the MentorShep platform and register here.

HERE’S HOW IT WILL WORK:

Within the hour long event there will be three time slots. During each time slot you will hold a separate, face-to-face conversation with a mentor you have been matched with.

Here's why this is exciting-

Future Mentoring Evenings Dates and Topics:

February 14 and 15th: CareerFest Preparation (including an optional resume critique) – Registration link here.

April 4th and 5th: Job Interviewing Tips and Mock Interview. Registration link here.

MentorShep Testimonials

COMMENTS FROM SOME OF THE ALUMNI MENTORS:

“I was able to meet face to face (via video chat) with two Shepherd students in one evening from my home office.  The students were great to meet, and I felt that this was an extremely positive experience.”

We need to do this again.”

“I connected with a student I didn’t know, and shared my own experiences with him regarding his next steps.”

AND HERE IS WHAT SOME OF THE STUDENTS SAID:

I wasn’t sure what I was going to talk about with my mentor, because I haven’t really settled for sure on a career path. But he was really helpful and led the conversation. I’m so glad I participated. I feel I am a lot more prepared to make some decisions now.”

“The Shepherd Mentoring program connected me with a mentor who really helped ease my stress and fear of life after college.”

“My mentor helped me take a look at my career options and skill sets. The fact that it was on video chat made it casual and friendly.

“My mentoring session went very well. The mentor was great, and he gave me some people to get in touch with. We both wish the session could have been longer.”