Mentor Program - Current/Senior Students

What are the benefits of joining the Campion Advantage Program?

  • Learn how to get the most out of your university experience by attending sessions put on by Co-op, UR International, the career centre, and others
  • Exclusive invitations to network with alumni, faculty, and staff
  • The opportunity to clarify your career goals
  • Opportunity to enhance inter-personal and leadership skills
  • An opportunity to acquaint yourself with upcoming talent
  • Get involved with a group of students dedicated to “men and women for others”
  • Enhancement of your employability
  • A reinforced sense of belonging to the Campion community
  • Earn a certificate of excellence for participating in the program

Role of the Mentor:

A mentor provides advice, support and offers guidance to their first year student. A mentor should strive to:

  • Listen: Listen-actively and patiently to the mentee’s concerns, questions and thoughts.
  • Share experiences: Both positive and negative so the first year student can get a realistic view of that particular university/career path.
  • Gives constructive feedback: Share what you noticed about the first year student’s comments, offer advice and challenge your first year student to make decisions so they may become an independent problem solver.

Mentor Sessions:



Community Development Sessions:

  • UR International
  • Co-op
  • URSU/Student Clubs/Societies
  • Local Team Volunteering

Professional Development Sessions:

  • Portfolio Building
  • Interview Prep
  • Resume writing
  • Job Searching


Networking Development Sessions:

  • Alumni Awards
  • How to Network
  • Appreciation Gala
  • Idle Talk/Campion Controversies

Commitment Requirements:

  • Attend Campion Advantage Program Orientation
  • Attend at least two professional development sessions
  • Attend at least two community development sessions
  • Attend at least two networking development sessions
  • Schedule an appointment with the Mentor Program Coordinator
  • Participation for Fall and Winter semesters

Eligibility:

  • Campion students who have completed at least 30 credit hours.

 

APPLY NOW by completing the online registration form.

Once you have submitted your online application, a College representative will contact you within two business days to confirm your registration in the program. If you do not receive a response, please contact Chelsea Low (see contact information below) to confirm that your application was received.

For more information contact:
Chelsea Low
Community Relations Officer
Campion College RM 320
306.359.1215
Chelsea.Low@uregina.ca