Join the Arts Tri-Mentoring program and introduce yourself to the professional world!
- Initiate and maintain professional relationships with industry mentors as well as with other students.
- Find out some of the career options available for your major.
- Develop transferable skills like networking, communication, time management and leadership, and prepare yourself for the transition from school to the working world.
What is Tri-Mentoring?
The Arts Tri-Mentoring Program connects Arts students with industry mentors and with one another. The program involves matching a UBC Alumni with a junior (2nd year) and a senior (3rd/4th year) student. Matches are based on academic and career goals.
By matching students with experienced Arts alumni, the Arts Tri-Mentoring program empowers students to:
- Develop professional communication skills
- Gain clarity on their academic, career, and personal goals
- Actively shape their Arts degree at UBC
- Start building a professional network
Who is eligible to apply?
For the 2016-2017 academic year, we are accepting applications from second-year and senior level (3rd year+) students currently enrolled in full-time studies, regardless of your major. Please note that you may not be matched with a mentor who graduated with the same major as you.
What are the expectations for student mentees?
The time commitment for student mentees is 10-15 hours from November to April. Mentees are expected to fulfill the following through the course of the program:
- Meet with your mentor and co-mentee a minimum 3 times
- Attend 2 mandatory orientation sessions (November 15 & 22, from 6-7:30pm)
- Attend 2 mandatory program events (late January & late March)
- Complete 3 short assignments and a capstone reflection piece
- Complete an exit survey
Please complete the appropriate application form:
You can submit your completed application form to the reception desk at the Centre for Student Involvement and Careers.
The deadline for all applications is Monday, October 31st by 3:00pm.
Information sessions are being offered from October 18 to 25. You can register for a session here.
You are NOT required to attend an information session in order to apply to the program. These sessions are an opportunity for you to ask questions, learn more about the program, and determine if Arts Tri-Mentoring is a right fit for you.
Information sessions are on a first-come first-served basis. There will be no waiting lists.
If you have any questions, please contact our staff advisor Jordan Rongavilla at email@example.com or 604-827-0036.
If you are an Arts graduate and are interested in being a mentor, please contact Jordan Rongavilla for more information on how to get involved.