The Mentorship Database is a searchable list of all of the Mentorship Programs we know of at U of T St. George.
Why might I want a mentor?
1. Mentors have experience: Most mentors are happy to share their experiences with you, so you can learn how things worked out for them. Then you can make your own decisions on how you would like to proceed with your choices or dilemma.
2. Mentors offer encouragement and inspiration: It is always great to have a supporter and that is one of the main functions of a mentor. They have been where you are, so you know that getting there is possible–and they know what it is like to be in a situation similar to yours.
3. Mentors know things: Due to experience and training, mentors know about resources that may assist you or “hidden” information that is not easily apparent to you.
What type of mentor should I look for?
There are as many different mentors as there are people in the world. It helps to think about why you want to talk to a mentor and what your goals are.
A peer mentor is great if you are looking for assistance in transitioning to U of T, whereas a career mentor is great if you are looking to transition out of U of T.
Access & Inclusion Peer ProgramsAccess and Inclusion Peer Programs is a mentorship program for students from historically underrepresented and marginalized communities. We offer academic, career, wellness and social supports that 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
Finding Your Own MentorFinding Your Own Mentor is a six module e-course that will lead you through steps to start cultivating a mentoring relationship. Learn more about Finding Your Own Mentor
International Student Experience Ambassador ProgramIncoming international students can get as many questions answered as possible before arriving at U of T later this summer. Learn more about International Student Experience Ambassador Program
Student Experience Mentorship ProgramThis unique program gives you the 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
Mentorship DatabaseThe Mentorship Database includes 50+ searchable mentorship programs at the St. George Campus where the student is a mentee. Learn more about Mentorship Database
Access & Inclusion Peer Programs newsletterSign up for the Access & Inclusion Peer Programs Newsletter! The newsletter lists our upcoming events and opportunities for underrepresented students. Learn more about Access & Inclusion Peer Programs newsletter