Alumni Mentoring

The Alumni Mentoring Program (AMP) is designed to bring alumni and current juniors together for networking and career advice. Alumni have navigated life after Saint Michael's and many are willing to share both their successes and failures finding employment and starting a post-graduate career. Saint Michael's graduates can be a resource for current students by sharing how they got to where they are today and into their chosen career field. Alumni can help students network with colleagues and potentially even help with finding employment and or internships.

For Juniors

If you are already thinking about life after St. Mike's, consider getting some practical post-graduate advice from a SMC alumnus/alumna. Our alumni are eager to assist students with tips on resume writing, interviewing and networking. Great mentoring relationships can last for years!

Interested juniors must fill out the application form and attend our AMP kick-off on Friday, September 19 in the Dion Family Student Center at 3:30 p.m. Students will then select their own mentor in early October based solely on employment information, career interests, hobbies/interests, and professional background.

Please email Ingrid Peterson at ipeterson@smcvt.edu for more information.

For Alumni

We invite alumni who are out of college three years or more, employed full-time and have the ability to devote a few hours a month (October-April) to volunteer as a mentor to a Saint Michael's junior to fill out the application form. You and your mentee will communicate via email, Skype, phone, and preferably, have one in person meeting during the year.

Please note: Students will be selecting their own mentor in early October based solely on employment information, career interests, hobbies/interests, and professional background and it's possible not all alumni applicants will be selected. We encourage all alumni to participate who are interested and we appreciate your willingness to be involved.

Please email Angie Armour at aarmour@smcvt.edu for more information.

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