Mentor a Student

Nutritional sciences mentorship programMentoring 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.

All mentorship programs will be virtual for 2020-2021.

MD Alumni Mentorship Program

Alumni mentors must be graduates of the MD program. Connect one-on-one with an MD student. This program runs in the fall, from September to December.

Mentor Application – MD

Mentee Application – MD

Department of Nutritional Sciences

Both Nutritional Sciences undergraduate and graduate alumni are welcome to participate. Mentor a Nutritional Sciences student through a series of mentorship events and one-on-one meetings. This program spans the academic year (September to April).

Mentor Application – DNS

Mentee Application – DNS

MD/PhD Longitudinal Mentorship Program

Alumni mentors must be graduates from the MD/PhD program. Connect with a MD/PhD student and share your professional insights and advice. This program spans the academic year (September to May).

Mentor Application – MD/PhD 

Mentee Application – MD/PhD 

Longitudinal Academic Mentorship Program (LAMP)

A student-led group mentorship program organized by second year MD students. Resident and physician mentors are matched with a group of MD students. Groups meet virtually throughout the academic year.  For more information, please contact: 

Mentor Application – LAMP

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.

Mentor Application – LSCDS 

Find out more about how you can be a mentee – LSCDS

The Department of Physical Therapy Mentorship Program is dedicated to connecting final year students and graduates of the program through instructive and meaningful activities. 

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