Macaulay Mentors Program | Macaulay Honors College

Macaulay Mentors Program

The Macaulay Mentors Program connects current students and recent graduates at Macaulay with mentors to help them build a professional network and gain valuable career advice. Mentors are professionals who are currently working or pursuing graduate studies in a variety of fields.

Activities are up to individual mentor/mentee pairs, but can include resume review and interview preparation, job shadowing, networking opportunities, and general career guidance. The mentoring sessions are informal and arranged directly by the mentor and the mentee.

We are looking for enthusiastic mentors who can work one-on-one with Macaulay students/alums interested in a similar career path.

Students: Looking for a mentor? Log in to CareerPath to view and connect with potential mentors. Click “Mentors” on the left side menu and use the filters to search for this mentoring program. Log in to CareerPath

 

Mentors are Expected to:

  • Have at least three (3) years of professional experience*
  • Located in the New York Metro Area*
  • Attend a Mentor Meet & Greet Orientation (1 evening)
  • Provide ongoing support, feedback, and advice to promote mentee’s professional growth and achievement
    • Time commitment will vary, but mentors are expected to engage with their mentee through monthly meetings (i.e. in-person, phone or email) during the mentorship.
    • The mentoring sessions are informal and arranged directly by the mentor and the mentee. Please note: Mentees might contact you on a rolling basis.
    • Meet with the mentee and identify at least three short- and/or long-term goals for your mentorship relationship (what the mentee hopes to achieve).
  • Find at least (1) networking or professional development event you can bring your mentee to.
    • Examples: Shadow at your office, networking happy hour, conference, etc.
  • Complete end of program assessments

Mentors from all fields are encouraged to apply.

*Alumni Mentors are exempt from this requirement.

Deadline is August 11th

  • Welcome! Register below to serve as a Macaulay Career Connect Mentor.

  • Name * Required
  • Your Relationship to Macaulay
  • When you've hit your maximum number of students, your profile will not be available for other students.
    Please enter a number from 1 to 5.
  • Set mentor period * Required
    Once you've completed your mentorship(s) relationship, we understand you may want a break. Please provide us with the amount of days you would like allotted until your profile becomes active again:
  • I prefer to be contacted by:
  • Please note: Students will be able to see your LinkedIn profile if this information is provided.
  • Academic Information

  • Please fill in the school you attended
  • Please fill in the major you obtained
  • Please select the date you earned this degree
  • Please select the date you earned this degree
  • Employment Information

  • Please indicate your career field
  • Please fill in your current or most recent employer
  • Please fill in your current or most recent job title
  • Address
  • Please upload your most recent resume/CV in pdf or word format.
  • Mentorship Experience

  • Please provide a brief bio describing your professional and/or personal interests (e.g. hobbies or sports).
  • Please check any of the following that you would be interested in participating in

 

Mentees are Expected to:

  • Attend at least (1) networking or professional development event with their mentor
  • Take initiative to drive the relationship with their mentor and research mentor’s company, bio, outside interests, etc.
  • Be open to advice and flexible with the mentor’s schedule and method of communication
  • Engage with the mentor but respect their space as they may be busy at work or dealing with other professional matters 
  • Students: Looking for a mentor? Log in to CareerPath to view and connect with potential mentors. Click “Mentors” on the left side menu and use the filters to search for this mentoring program.

     “Sameen pushed me to learn more about the field of medicine through clinical experiences and guided me through a process filled with much introspection and self-discovery.”
– Alex Bonilla ’15 (City College)

     “Building networks was instrumental in shaping my perspective of ‘learning’ in the truest sense, it also showed me the important role an individual can play in the lives of others down the road.”
– Sameen Farooq ’10 (Brooklyn College)

For more information, please contact:

Jamie Ruden

Jamie Ruden
Career Program Coordinator

Macaulay Honors College
Jamie.Ruden@mhc.cuny.edu
(212) 729-2906(212) 729-2906
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Brianne Donnelly

Brianne Donnelly
Assistant Director of Alumni Relations and Development

Macaulay Honors College
brianne.donnelly@mhc.cuny.edu
(212) 729-2941(212) 729-2941
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