The Walker EDGE Office encourages students to participate in mentoring partnerships to develop a professional network and receive professional guidance. Student mentees gain valuable insight beyond their education and experiences by receiving access to a professional support system at a critical time of career development. There are currently two ways to get involved in mentoring:
The Webster Mentoring Program provides an opportunity for students to connect in a positive one-on-one mentoring relationship. Mentors can provide guidance and support to students by interacting with them, exchanging ideas, and sharing their experiences and knowledge of career paths. Mentors serve as role models and leaders as they help students reach their career goals. This is a global program open to all Webster University alumni, parents, donors and friends all over the world to mentor a Webster student and open to all Webster students to benefit as a mentee.
Find more information about the Webster Mentoring Program at www.webster.edu/mentor.
The Walker School encourages Juniors from all Walker School majors to participate in the Regional Business Council (RBC) Mentor Network. Students are individually paired with a CEO or top executive of an RBC company to receive practical, “real world” knowledge and advice on post-graduate opportunities. This is a selective program with a focus on students committed to the St. Louis Region.
Students should submit a complete application form and professional resume to Anne Browning at email@example.com. The application submission period is early April through early September each year. Find more information about the RBC Higher Education Collaboration and the Mentor Network by viewing the sample form, calendar and flyer below: