Move from Campus to Career with the SDSU Aztec Mentor Program in Fall 2022!
The Aztec Mentor Program's (AMP) purpose is to engage alumni and professional mentors to connect with juniors, seniors and graduate students to support them as they move from campus to career. AMP asks mentors and mentees to invest eight hours in mentoring over the fall and/or spring semester.
Thank you to our program participants for their commitment and time as we build a stronger Aztec network and support Aztecs Hiring Aztecs. We are here to support you throughout your mentoring experience.
Join AMP to make new professional connections. Whether you are a mentor or a mentee, you'll find mentoring to be a rewarding experience!
For Spring 2023, students can register and request a mentor Jan 17- Feb 24.
Check out our AMPed Life Podcast!
AMPed Life: Mentoring, Momentum, Milestones Podcast
Join us on a journey where we honor the mentors who encourage us to keep pushing forward in our career and our life. SDSU Aztec Mentor Program (AMP) mentors and mentees will share their stories on how mentoring has elevated their perspective, given them momentum to move forward and provided the space to celebrate their milestones along the way. Listen to get inspired and find out how mentors can support you to live your AMPed life! Hosted by Diane Marin and edited by Thuy Nguyen, AMP Student Assistant.
Listen on Spotify or Anchor!
We would love to highlight your AMP story! Share your story with us.
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Mentor Moments: What participants say
“My mentor has given me so much encouragement and offered me an opportunity to learn and grow. Mentoring is important because it gave me a professional and expert advise that will help guide me in the future.” -Kaylee Morimoto, Mentee
"My mentee has really changed my perspective on mentoring— I now see it as a two-way process... Also, hearing her experiences and the questions she has about different programs and jobs has helped me better understand what the SDSU experience is like for many students today." -Emily Schmied, Mentor