February 12 - 16, 2018
U of T has over 450 peer to peer mentorship matches on St. George Campus and over 60 peer to peer, alumni to student and faculty student programs across all three campuses to participate in. If you aren’t engaged in mentoring yet – here’s your chance!
U of T students report that stress is a major factor that impacts their academics – having a mentor to talk to reduces stress.
U of T students say that the University is hard to navigate. A mentor is trained on the resources available and how to access them.
U of T students say they would like to talk to other students and alumni but they don’t know where to start. A Mentorship program is one place to start.
Celebrate our mentors!
Thank-a-mentor pop up booths
Stop by a Thank-A-Mentor Pop Up booth and say thank you to someone who has encouraged and inspired you. Put their name on the board and send them a picture of it – and get a free Mentorship Cookie.
If you would like to host a pop up booth for Mentorship Week 2018, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Recognize your mentor by telling us what makes your mentor great using the hashtag #UofTMentorMoment on Twitter or Instagram between February 12 and February 16, 2018.