Information for Mentors

The Career Mentoring Program matches selected students with business professionals in a mentoring partnership. The aim of this program is to assist students (mentees) with their career development, their transition from university into the workforce and to engage business professionals in a mutually beneficial partnership. Mentors assist their mentees in identifying and exploring career goals and professional development plans.

This program gives you the opportunity to contribute to the community while at the same time, differentiating your career from your colleagues by further developing leadership and mentoring skills.

“I have enjoyed being part of the mentoring program over a number of years and being able to offer advice to young people who are keen to learn about how to navigate through the world of work”.

– Jon Aloni FCPA, General Manager - Victoria, Member Services, CPA Australia


Mentor and Mentee talking

Sign up as a Mentor

If you would like to find out more about becoming a Mentor in this program, please contact:

Faculty of Business and Economics, Student Employability and Enrichment


REGISTER   →



Benefits of Participating

 Apart from having a positive impact on the next generation, mentoring can give you a new perspective on your career and help to connect you with the latest research in your field.
 

The Mentor’s Role

 The role of the mentor is to partner with the mentee in the development of their professional understanding and career goals.
 

The Screening and Matching Process

 Due to the popularity of the FBE Career Mentor Program, student selection for this program is competitive.

Students must progress through a screening process to ensure their suitability for the program. We also ask mentors to register online to ensure we understand your background experience and skills in order for us to match you appropriately with a mentee. 

A minimum of three years of professional work experience is required.

When matching mentors and mentees, we look at areas of study, professional experience, and interest areas of both individuals and try to match accordingly.

Selection of students and mentors to participate in the Career Mentoring Program is at the discretion of the Faculty of Business and Economics.

 
 
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