Volunteer with Students through various mentorship programs, speaking opportunities or hosting Career Treks.
Carlson School Mentors provide guidance and support to our undergraduates by sharing personal and professional business experiences during a long term or on demand relationship. It is a great opportunity to grow your leadership skills and Carlson School network. Applications for the Advanced Mentorship Program are in September of each year and the program runs from October thru April. Learn more and register at z.umn.edu/carlsonmentors.
Participate in one-on-one mentoring for a Master of Human Resources & Industrial Relations Program student and help them identify their career objectives, build relevant skills, fine-tune their active listening and communication proficiencies, provide guidance on professional development opportunities in the community and much more. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Medical Industry Leadership Institute (MILI) Mentorship Program provides a formal process for helping MILI students connect with seasoned professionals. Help students learn about careers in the medical industry while gaining valuable perspective yourself. The program begins in the fall of each year. Contact email@example.com with questions.
Whether you are interested in serving as a panelist, seminar speaker, or classroom presenter, you can help educate the next business leaders by sharing your business expertise and experience with students and alumni through the Volunteer Speaker Program. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more or to volunteer your time.
Host Carlson Students
The Carlson School Career Centers bring students on Career Treks around the Twin Cities and across the US to feature one-day and multi-day on-site visits to local and national organizations. Are you interested in hosting undergraduate or graduate students at your company? Contact the Undergraduate Business Career Center at email@example.com.
Contact Alumni Relations
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org