2020/2021 Mentor Sign-up Form
The ESS Mentorship Program connects senior engineering students with the junior engineering students to help students adapt to their programs and ask their mentor for help when necessary.

There will be an online Kick-Off Event on Tuesday, September 29th, 2020 from 5-7 PM with an interactive panel and for mentors to meet with their respective mentee(s). It is highly recommended you attend and there will be FIVE $25 Remedy Gift cards given away as door prizes.

Please fill this form out by 11:59PM Sunday, September 13th, 2020. Matches will be sent out by Tuesday, September 15th, 2020.

Please contact the Co-Directors of Academics Franklin (fr3@ualberta.ca) and Ivana (itieu@ualberta.ca) with any inquiries.
Name *
Email *
What year of your degree will you be entering in September 2020? *
Discipline *
Route *
If you will be located outside of Canada for the majority of Fall semester, please specify where. (This will help us to match based off of timezone.)
Would you be available to meet 3 to 4 times a semester? (Either at a mentorship follow-up event and/or scheduled between matched groups). *
How many mentees are you willing to mentor? *
Why do you want to be a mentor? *
What kind of work experience have you had previously? This could involve formal engineering employment, research, or any relevant experience. *
What kind of volunteering experience do you have? Include all engineering activities, any other on-campus involvement and off-campus involvement. *
Tell us about yourself! (hobbies, interests, facts, etc.) *
Are you available for a mandatory mentor training session on September 16th from 6-7PM? This training will equip you with the skills and resources needed as a mentor to best support other students. *
Are you available for an online interactive panel and kick-off event on September 29th from 5-7 PM to meet your mentee(s)? *
Would you be interested in switching mentee(s) for winter semester? *
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