Want to get involved?
EOC offers many different programs that our mentors can participate in that fit into their availability and area of expertise. For example if you don’t have time to participate in our year-long mentoring program, you can come to campus and be a mentor for just a morning or be a guest lecturer in the classroom!
- Join other executives in the program on LinkedIn!
The Role of the Mentor
Both the Mentor and the Mentee are expected to take the initiative and learn and benefit from the mentoring experience. Mentors provide exceptional learning experiences for their Mentees; they have the ability to lead, inspire and motivate their Mentees by expanding their Mentee’s awareness, insight & perspective.
The Mentor needs to be comfortable with the student’s expectations and confident that s/he can meet the student, by realistically assessing his/her own time commitments and experience. In some cases, when a student has no clear goals, the mentor may need to identify the way that s/he feels s/he can best assist the student by offering some options.
Academic Year-Long Mentoring Programs are EOC’s cornerstone initiative. These Programs serve undergraduate and graduate students from all three Baruch Schools: the Zicklin School of Business, the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences, and the School of Public affairs. The Academic Year-Long Programs help Mentees define and achieve their career goals by providing Mentors to support, counsel and serve as role models for the Mentees. Mentors may serve as friend and advocate to their Mentees in addition to assisting and advising in their career development process. The Academic Year-Long Programs run from September through May of the academic year. This upcoming year’s program is open to students graduating in 2016.
- FAQs: Click here for Frequently Asked Questions about the Academic Year-Long Mentoring Programs
- Apply: Click here to apply to be a Mentor in the Academic Year-Long Mentoring Programs
Mentor for a Morning/Evening Mini Mentoring sessions give students a chance to speak with a seasoned executive in their field of interest. As with the year-long Mentoring Programs, many of these relationships turn into lifetime relationships. Mentor for a Morning and Mentor for an Evening serve all Baruch students from all three schools. Each Mentor for a Morning event is held once a semester, Mentor for an Evening is held in the spring.
Job$mart Career Hour EOC hosts Mentors from a range of industries as they share insights and career advice in these essential updates that are free to students. Co-Sponsorship opportunities available to student clubs. Job$mart Career Hour is open to all in the EOC Community. Six sessions per semester, Tuesdays 1-2pm.
Class Room Presentations – At the request of faculty, EOC members participate in classroom activities through lecturing or teaching.