Connect, Empower and Inspire with the SDSU Aztec Mentor Program!
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 their career forward. AMP asks mentors and mentees to invest eight hours in mentorship 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!
Save the date for AMP Talk & Networking Event for Spring 2019 on Wednesday, March 4 from 5:30-7:30 pm in Montezuma Hall. Click here to view past AMP Talks.
Juniors, Seniors and Grad students:
Fall 2019 registration is closed.
NEW pilot program AMP Career Chats, one-time meeting, is now open to registered students.
Students MUST use their SDSUid Email (Example: firstname.lastname@example.org) It is the same as your Webportal login credentials.
Share your AMP Mentee Story/Testimonial with us!
Mentors: Sign up to be a mentor!
For Fall 2019, student registration for an on-going connection has closed. NEW pilot program AMP Career Chats, one-time meeting, is now available.
Share your experience and expertise with students during semester. Mentors are invited to register year-round.
Share your AMP Mentor Story/Testimonial with us!
Mentor Moments: What participants say
"My mentor has helped me professionally, personally, and academically. My communication and networking skills have improved due to the guidance provided by my mentor. I was able to open new doors for myself in my professional field and gained professional insight within the IT industry." - Aashi Jain, mentee
"Mentoring is a two-way street. The mentee is learning from me as much as I am learning from the them. Mentoring offers me a great opportunity to become acquainted with other perspectives." - Frances Frye, mentor