Mentor a Student
Mentoring is a great opportunity to give back to the Temerty Faculty of Medicine student community.
By sharing your experiences, insights and advice, you will impact the student experience in a meaningful way. Students always value the opportunity to learn from our alumni and appreciate your time to help.
To apply to be a mentor for one of the below programs, please complete the online application.
For helpful tips on enhancing your mentee/mentor relationship, explore these mentorship resources.
Department of Nutritional Sciences
Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology (LMP) Mentorship Program
The Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology (LMP) has launched a program where graduate students seek out alumni to mentor them in a variety of ways for professional, personal and academic development. Opportunities range from a year-long mentoring relationship to one-off presentation coaching. Alumni mentors must be a graduate of an LMP program. To learn more visit our mentoring information page.
Longitudinal Academic Mentorship Program (LAMP)
This is a student-led group mentorship program that aims to connect medical trainees and physicians in informal settings to encourage dialogue about day-to-day life and stresses. The goal is to address communication barriers between vertical levels of training in medicine. This virtual program is organized by second-year MD students. Resident and physician mentors are matched with a group of MD students and meet virtually throughout the academic year. For more information, please view the program guide and contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Life Sciences Career Development Society Mentorship Program
A student-led mentorship program organized by the Life Sciences Career Development Society. Alumni mentors must be a graduate of a Temerty Faculty of Medicine Life Sciences program. The program runs in the winter, from January to April.
The Department of Physical Therapy Mentorship Program is dedicated to connecting final year students and graduates of the program through instructive and meaningful activities.