Our Career Mentorship Program connects undergraduates (Major or Specialist) with supportive alumni of computer science, who are working in the field, and are willing to share their academic and career experiences with a student mentee who is preparing for their own path. For 12 years, hundreds of students have benefited from the insights of our graduates, and many of our mentors have been a part of our program since its inception.
The program runs from January to April. Mentors and mentees meet for the first time at a reception in mid-January. We encourage mentors and mentees to meet face-to-face at least once per month, schedule one visit during the program at the mentor's workplace (if feasible), and keep in touch by phone and/or email.
Students: How to Apply
Students are also required to attend a prep session in December prior to the first event in January, and submit reflective exercises throughout the program. Undergraduates who successfully complete all requirements will receive Co-Curricular Record (CCR) credit.
Not sure what a mentoring relationship is all about? Test Your Readiness to be Mentored
Alumni: Become a Volunteer
Want to give some of your time to a student who could really use your advice?
We’re also looking for volunteers to participate in additional networking events, workshops and mentorship meals! Please complete the Faculty of Arts & Science Backpack to Briefcase (b2B) volunteer form.
Want to give back but can't join the program?
Join our new alumni-student network, CompSci Connect, and become an online mentor: answer student questions, reconnect with former classmates, share job posts, and more.
Thank you to Manulife, a University of Toronto Affinity Partner, for its generous sponsorship of the 2018 Computer Science Career Mentorship Program.