First-year and second-year students: You are invited to apply for a mentoring program for Fulton Schools students

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Fulton Schools undergraduate students in their first or second year have the opportunity to be part of the Engineering Futures Mentoring program. Selected students in the program are assigned to a like-major mentor (as much as possible) who is a junior, senior or accelerated master’s degree student.

As a mentee, you will be expected to meet with your mentor at least three times during the semester and complete an end-of-year survey about the mentoring experience.

The mentoring program is designed to support first- and second-year undergraduate students in navigating an engineering degree and becoming more aware of opportunities to be internship-ready.

Apply for the Engineering Futures Mentoring Program

Questions? Email Tirupalavanam Ganesh, Tooker Professor and assistant dean of engineering education, at [email protected].

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