The SDSU Aztec Mentor Program (AMP) was launched in Fall 2013 with the support of the Aztec Parents Fund. Over 10,500 matches have been made to date. AMP is a partnership between SDSU Career Services and SDSU Alumni.
The program is open to eligible juniors, seniors and graduate students in all majors. Mentors are alumni and professionals who volunteer their time. The program runs during the Fall (Aug - Dec) and Spring (Jan - May) semesters.
AMP is collaborating with the Center for Intercultural Relations and Educational Opportunity Programs to match more first-generation college students with a mentor. As our shared efforts continue, we will expand access to AMP and empower students who seize this opportunity which, allows them to move their career forward.
In the News:
January is National Mentoring Month
National Mentoring Month
Mentoring "A Two Way Street"
Aztec Mentor Program Reaches Milestone
Finding Connections in the SDSU Community
Aztecs Find Post-grad Success