Arts Career Mentoring Program
The Arts Career Mentoring Program connects current Bachelor of Arts students with alumni who can provide guidance and support on career planning and networking and preparing students for the real world.
Students will benefit from interacting and engaging with alumni and our alumni mentors will benefit from the exchange of experiences and will be exposed to new perspectives.
If you would like to find out more about this program please contact:
Arts Career Mentoring Program Coordinator
Program Timeframe⇩ The Arts Career Mentoring Program will run from approximately June – October.
- Mentor applications open in April
- Mentee applications open in March
- Participants are encouraged to meet at least three times over the course of the program
- Students are responsible for the relationship and will initiate the first contact
- Meetings take place where and when it is convenient for both participants
- Option to participate in mentoring events on campus
- Option to extend the relationship beyond program completion
About our Arts Students⇩ The Arts Career Mentoring Program is open to all enrolled second and third year Bachelor of Arts students. Our students come from a diverse range of backgrounds and are studying humanities, social sciences and languages.
- Are enrolled in a Bachelor of Arts
- Are generally looking for guidance on career planning
- Have applied for the program and been selected by the program coordinator (this is not a compulsory program, nor are students guaranteed a mentor)
- Have demonstrated their commitment to the program by attending a compulsory preparation session
About our Alumni Mentors⇩ The Arts Career Mentoring Program is open to all members of the University of Melbourne alumni community.
- Have completed a degree at the University of Melbourne
- Have at least five years of professional experience
- Are actively working or volunteering
- Can be from any field and do not need to be working in a field related to their degree
- Are able to commit to meeting a student at least three times over the period of the program