Mentoring is only one of the many strategies used by UTS to develop work-ready graduates. It not only benefits UTS, the mentee but the mentor as well. Becoming a mentor not only contributes to the professional development of the mentor but also raises the profile of the mentor’s organisation. Other benefits include:
- Your organisation gains exposure to potential UTS recruits
- Gain new perspectives
- Further develop communication and people management skills
- Being a role model and earning the gratitude and appreciation from your mentee.
You can choose from the following programs:
Lucy mentoring program
Focused on undergraduate women studying engineering and information technology, Lucy is an innovative long-standing program designed to inspire, motivate and educate young women about the opportunities available for employment and leadership.