Students will explore, experiment with, and participate in different types of mentoring through asynchronous learning opportunities and synchronous alumni-student mentoring.
Schedule: This program begins in December. Individual mentoring times will vary.
Delivery Method: Synchronous and Asynchronous
Team Leads: Gerald Harris, Susan Gordon
This program features two alumni modules: Technology-Assisted Mentoring or Alumni Mentoring. Students can choose between the two or register for both.
Registration deadline: November 2nd, 2020
Students will fill out an online survey in order to be matched with alumni mentors. An attempt will be made to match students with alumni who have similar interests when available. Students will be required to complete 1-2 hours of asynchronous coaching/training before beginning the mentorship. This module is supported by Duke Student Government.
Students will have the opportunity to learn about developing mentoring relationships through 1-2 hours of asynchronous coaching/training, and then practice what they have learned using unique technology tools that support the development of mentoring conversations. This module is supported by Alumni Affairs.
Gerald Harris is the Senior Director of Duke Alumni Affairs’ Campus & Student Engagement team.
Susan Gordon is Duke Alumni Affairs’ Senior Director of Career and Professional Development, Lifelong Learning.