Experiential Learning

Professional Mentoring Program

Program Temporarily Paused

The College of Liberal Arts Professional Mentoring Program has been paused. This web page will remain active to allow potential mentors and mentees access to the valuable resources below. If interested in participating in the program in the future (as a mentee or mentor), please email Becca Webb at becca.webb@wright.edu.


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About the Professional Mentoring Program

The College of Liberal Arts offers a Professional Mentoring Program that links sophomore, junior, and senior liberal arts students with mentors who will assist them in making the transition from their college experience into the professional world. Mentees have the opportunity to learn from an experienced current or retired business professional who will offer valuable insight and knowledge about what to expect as they enter the workforce. These one-on-one mentoring relationships allow for individual attention to students' career aspirations, professional development, and networking needs. Focus areas are not limited to but could include:

  • Job shadowing
  • Invitation to networking events
  • Elevator speech and interview preparation
  • Resume and cover letter review
  • Business etiquette
  • Social media/personal branding

A pilot program with 13 mentor/mentee pairs was launched at the start of the 2018 Spring Semester.

How to Apply

The application process is temporarily on hold. Applications below are for reference only, but will kept on file if submitted.



May 22, 2019
College of Liberal Arts mentoring program connects students with professionals in the community.
Apr 6, 2018
The College of Liberal Arts will expand mentoring program to more liberal arts students during the fall semester.


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