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Mentor Network

The Mentor Network has a volunteer base of 450+ alumni, parents, and employers from around the globe who serve as a resource to UB students and recent graduates, offering their perspective on career choice, internships, job searching, continuing education and professional advancement.

Career mentors are valuable resources in your career development journey. They provide Insight into your field of interest and can offer a unique perspective that cannot be gained from a textbook or website. Some mentors also offer:

How to Find a Mentor: join the UB Mentor Program on LinkedIn

Invite a Career Mentor to Your Club/Residence Hall

Many mentors live locally and would be willing to come to your residence hall or club meeting to share their experience and advice. Request a career mentor.

Contacting a Mentor

View our Informational Interviewing page for:

View this sample LinkedIn message: PDF (185KB) | Word (104KB)

Learn more about the UB Mentor Program on LinkedIn and Get Started Today: PDF (204KB) | Word (223KB)

Evaluation Form

After meeting your mentor, complete the online evaluation form and submit to UB Career Services. We are interested to hear your feedback!

Note: The Mentor Network is to be used solely as a means to connect those exploring careers with volunteers who are experienced in those careers. Using mentor information in an inappropriate manner (i.e. sales solicitation) will result in termination of the user's access to all BullsEye services.

Mentor Network Sign-Up

Interested in becoming a mentor volunteer or know someone who is? Learn more here.

Additional Mentor Programs

There are many mentor-matching services on the web. Be sure to check with professional associations related to your field of interest -- they may have their own mentoring programs. The links below are just a small sampling of the mentoring resources available.

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