Concordia Mentor Program
The Concordia Mentor Program connects recent graduates and students with alumni who have volunteered to give career coaching. This may include providing information about a specific occupation, field of employment or industry, or offering tips on entering the job market or relocating to a specific city. Mentors share their own experience and knowledge and may offer connections in the working world.
How does it work?
Alumni provide information about their current job, workplace and general career information, which is posted on the web in a searchable database.
Students and young alumni search the database to find a suitable mentor. Should they wish to contact a mentor, they must register. Once approved, they can contact a mentor via a form on the website, which protects the mentor's privacy.
Both mentors and mentees must agree to abide by the Concordia Mentor Code of Conduct.
Who may use the mentor network?
The Concordia Mentor Program database may be searched and viewed by anyone. A mentor match is available exclusively to currently enrolled Concordia University students and alumni of Concordia University, Loyola College and Sir George Williams University.
We will verify your status before any contact is allowed. Use of the Mentor Network is free of charge.
The Concordia Mentor Program database comprises alumni who have graciously volunteered to be contacted for informational interviews and career networking, therefore we cannot guarantee that all occupations are represented.