The Rollins School of Public Health (RSPH) Mentoring Program is an annual program that matches public health professionals with students to enhance professional development, promote conversation and communication, and increase knowledge of public health as practiced in the community.
The RSPH Annual Mentoring Program provides seasoned professionals in the field of public health a unique opportunity to make a personal contribution to the professional development of RSPH students. This annual program runs between September 1st and May 31st.
With your support as a mentor, students will:
better understand public health as practiced in the community
gain valuable information about professional organizations
begin to build a professional network
expand career options
develop a realistic career plan
learn how professionals balance life and career
receive suggestions on how to better prepare for professional life
Through discussions, networking events, and other forms of interaction, mentors will have the opportunity to expose students to the skills needed to excel in the professional world.
Not sure how to mentor a graduate student?
The Mentor Webinar will provide information and resources to assist you in interacting with our RSPH graduate students. Note: The webinar link will be sent out electronically to registered participants the day before the scheduled event. It will also be recorded and will be provided to you by the Office of Career Development for your future reference.
The workshop will comprise of one (1) guest speaker sharing his/her experiences working and interacting with graduate students, followed by a 15-minute Q&A session. This is a great resource for mentors to get familiar with mentoring and to network.
If you are an experienced mentor and would like to share your experience with other mentors in our workshop, please email email@example.com and we will contact you further.
Monday, July 10, 2017, 12-1pm
Qualifications of and Expectations of a Mentor
Current Public Health practitioner with a bachelor degree plus more than 3 years work experience or an advanced degree in related field and
Ability to e-mail or communicate with your mentee at least once every 2 weeks