ESS Peer Mentorship - First Year Mentee Application
Thank you for your interest in the ESS Mentorship Program. We are very excited to launch a program with the aim of connecting incoming first year students with an upper year mentor.

Please answer all questions as accurately as possible to ensure that we can pair you up with a mentor best suited to your needs and interests. We will do our best to align common goals and interests but cannot guarantee that a mentor will fulfill your requested requirements.

Fully read the requirements of the program, listed at the bottom of this application. To ensure the best matches possible it is important that you understand and are committed to the program.

If you have any questions about the program, please email

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By checking the box below I am verifying that I am a First Year Engineering Student
If you are an upper year student looking to become a mentor, check out the ESS Facebook and d2l pages for the "Upper Year Mentor Application"
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Why are you interested in participating in the ESS Peer Mentorship Program?
50-100 words max
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What do you hope to gain from participating in this program?
ex. Connecting with certain organizations, any specifics you would like us to consider when matching you with a mentor
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I am interested in learning more about the following Departments/Specializations/Minors (Please check all that apply)
I am interested in learning more about the following clubs, teams and organizations (Please check all that apply)
I agree to the expectations of the program below:
The ESS Peer Mentorship Program consists of 3 main events: Program Launch (September 20th), a midpoint event (Early January) and a Wrap Up Event (Early April). During the program, mentorship pairs are expected to attend the 3 main events, and meet at least twice a semester in accordance with their own schedules. This can be anything from attending an event together, grabbing coffee, or any other check in type meeting. It is recommended that pairs agree on a form of communication (texting, social media, email) at the beginning of the program, as well as a structure for their meetings so both participants are clear of what is expected. When matching mentors and mentees, ESS will do our best to ensure common interests, however selections made in this application cannot be guaranteed. All participants must be registered students of the Schulich School of Engineering. If any issues arise with your mentor, or you are unsatisfied with the program in any way, please contact
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