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Join the CUBS Mentorship Program

Mentors inspire, encourage, and support you, and contribute to your professional and personal development. You can expect to strengthen and build your network, and gain the skills and confidence necessary to excel.
paul-carlisle

Technical Advisor, Elevate
Alumnus of WSU Tri-Cities
Adjunct faculty, Management, Information Systems, & Entrepreneurship

I had the opportunity to mentor an undergrad through her transition from part-time to a certified full-time student. There were a lot of moving parts to this transition including relocating the Tri-Cities and changing her income source. She is a very bright and talented individual, but it was clearly a stressful time for her. Helping her organize her thoughts and find clarity was all she needed, and I believe set her up for success. I am thrilled to have been a small part of it. – Paul Carlisle

All business majors can benefit from the CUBS mentorship program. In order to participate you must:

  • Be in good standing at the University
  • Be an undergraduate student with sophomore, junior, or senior standing at the start of the semester in which you are assigned a mentor.
  • Have a minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA

To participate in the program you must be available and willing to commit fully to the program for one semester (September through January or February through May).

  • Approximate Time Commitment: 6 hours total
  • Required activities/steps include:
    • Complete the CUBS Application form.
    • Attend on-campus training workshop.
    • Schedule and have 3 meetings with your professional mentor
    • Maintain online contact with your professional mentor
    • Complete an Online Evaluation at the end of the program

What you can expect to discuss with your mentor:

  • Your Professional Development Goals
  • Your Career Goals
  • Presentation, Communication and Interview Skills

1. Display professional behavior.
2. Commit time for the mentoring process and follow through on all scheduled appointments.
3. Communicate your goals and aspirations to your mentor.
4. Be prepared with planned topics to discuss when you meet with your mentor.
5. Respond to phone calls, emails or texts from your mentor in a timely manner.
6. Be open and honest with your mentor regarding your strengths and weaknesses.

Contact Us

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Jesus BravoClinical Associate Professor, Management and Faculty Coordinator for Mentorship ProgramFloyd 207J509-372-7331
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