Mentorship Resources

Mentorship can make a huge difference for both mentor and mentee. Here are some resources to help you make the most out of this relationship.

How to Be an Ideal Mentor

This tip sheet prepared by U of T Alumni is a great pre-read before any mentorship meeting to keep you both focused and on track.

Alumni Mentor Resource for Career Conversations

This resource offers career principles to consider in your conversations, defines the mentor's unique role in career conversations, suggests when to refer to career services and provides quick-access tools.

Virtual Meeting Best Practices

These tips will help ensure that your virtual mentorship meeting runs effectively.

Sample Mentee Questions

Here is a list of questions your mentee may ask mentors. Many of these examples pertain to a mentoring relationship that is career-related.

Student Assistance

The Student Assistance section is intended as a quick reference for U of T MD Program students experiencing personal issues, discrimination, harassment or other unprofessional behaviour.

Diversity Mentorship Program Resources

The Faculty's Office of Inclusion and Diversity runs a Diversity Mentorship Program that connects U of T undergraduate medical students or first year residents from minoritized groups to faculty mentors, and provides a host of specialized resources at their information page.