Join to be a Student Protégé
Do you want to improve your self concept, broaden your career aspirations, and achieve a sense of identifying with the University and its goals? If so, come and be part of the Faculty Mentor Program! Further, if you would like to have a faculty member join FMP as a Mentor, email the FMP Office at email@example.com or Jason Pourtaverdi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please feel free to contact the FMP Office or Jason Pourtaverdi if you have any questions. All questions are good questions and we look forward to supporting your student success. The FMP Office phone number is (209) 667-3021, or you can email any inquiries to email@example.com
- An opportunity to develop a relationship with a faculty member
- Boosts your self-esteem
- Shares your dreams and enlarges your vision
- Provides advice, counseling, and support
- Introduces you to the educational or corporate structure
- Gives feedback on your progress
- Educational activities that are fun and culturally diverse
- Teaches code of behavior and the value of responsibility
- Supports your educational/career goals
- An experience that will last you a lifetime
A protégé is an active student participant in the Faculty Mentor Program. Each protégé selects the participating faculty they would like to develop a mentoring relationship with. Mentors and Protégés have the ability to attend events that fit their interest and schedules. All FMP's events are completely voluntary for protégés and mentors. Scheduled meetings between protégés and mentors, besides program events, are arranged between mentor and protégés. Protégés are able to make lasting relationships with their mentors.
- Come to the FMP office, Bizzini Hall room B-107D and request a FMP Protege Application. OR You may complete the protege application online (link available at the top of the page).
- Students applying to the program during the fall semester must do so before the first Monday of November. Student applying to the program during the spring semester must do so before the first Monday in March.
- When you turn in your FMP Application, Jason will set up a meeting to guide you with how to choose a mentor and recommend which mentors may be a good match. Students may also select a faculty member from the online FMP Mentor list and will need to arrange to meet with Jason to inquire if the mentor you wish to choose is available. This person should be a person you would prefer to mentor you.
- E-mail your Mentor to find a good time to meet in person (e.g. at their office, over coffee, etc.).
- Once you have turned in your Protege Application and get matched with a Mentor, you are officially in the Faculty Mentor Program. You will be put on our mailing list in order to recieve information about upcoming events, scholarships and other student support services and opportunities for student success.
Updated: August 26, 2022