There are more than 90 mentorship programs at the University of Toronto and all of them have different requirements/selection times for being a mentor.
Although the Mentorship Database is set up so students can find programs to be a mentee, it is also a good place to go if you want to be a mentor. Each program entry describes the program and gives you the contact information of the program coordinators.
Mentoring is actually a skill taught within Leadership Development, so another way to get involved is to work on your own leadership skills. Student Life offers many conferences, programs and workshops. They can be found on the CLNx Leadership, Mentorship & Clubs” calendar and on the Clubs & Leadership Development section of this website.
Access & Inclusion Peer ProgramsA mentorship program for African Black Caribbean, Latin American, Southeast Asian and First Generation students. Mentor navigators offer academic, career, wellness and social supports to foster a sense of belonging and community. Learn more about Access & Inclusion Peer Programs
Access Us Peer Mentorship ProgramPair with an Access Us peer mentor and be part of a supportive community. Learn more about Access Us Peer Mentorship Program
Mentorship Foundations TrainingA 5.5 hour program to help you get the most out of your mentoring experience by building your definition of leadership, identifying strengths and finding a community of peer mentors on campus! Learn more about Mentorship Foundations Training
Student Experience Mentorship ProgramA unique opportunity to mentor a staff or faculty member and share what it is like to be a student at U of T Learn more about Student Experience Mentorship Program
Access & Inclusion Peer Programs newsletterSign up for the Access & Inclusion Peer Programs newsletter! It lists upcoming events and opportunities for underrepresented students. Learn more about Access & Inclusion Peer Programs newsletter