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MAC Mentoring Program – Surviving and Thriving in Graduate School

September 22 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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The MAC (Multicultural Academic Council) Mentoring Program is a collaboration of MAC and the Graduate School Office of Inclusion & Student Engagement. MAC is a graduate student organization focused on ensuring that doctoral students, especially those from backgrounds historically excluded and underrepresented in academia, can connect with peer mentors and develop positive strategies for excelling academically and personally throughout their graduate career and beyond.

MAC mentors and mentees participate in large group mentoring activities and are assigned to M&M (Mentors & Mentees) Pods that bring small groups of mentees together with more advanced graduate students. All mentors and mentees participate in monthly discussion sessions focused on common issues faced by early-career graduate students, and participate in smaller group discussions and activities with their assigned M&M Pods.

Peer Mentors

MAC invites doctoral students going into their second year or beyond, and postdoctoral fellows and associates, to apply to serve as peer mentors to support the success and professional development of first-year doctoral students.

Eligibility
  • Currently-enrolled, full-time doctoral student or employed postdoctoral fellow/associate
  • Must have completed at least one year in a doctoral program

Mentees

MAC invites first-year doctoral students to apply to participate in the MAC Mentoring Program as mentees, which brings more advanced graduate students and postdocs together with beginning graduate students for monthly discussion sessions focused on common issues faced by early-career graduate students.

Eligibility
  • Currently enrolled doctoral student
  • First or second-year doctoral student

This is an invite only event

Other

Topic
Diversity & Inclusion, Graduate Student Life
Focus Area
Build Your Skills
Transferable Skills
Community Engagement, Teaching & Mentoring
Unit
Graduate Office of Inclusion and Student Engagement