Tri-Mentorship Program


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UBC Consulting Club”s Tri-Mentorship Progam aims to connect interested members of our club with industry professionals in a year-long mentoring relationship. The objective of the Tri-Mentorship Program is to equip students with the means to explore their interests in pursuing consulting as a possible profession through the aid and guidance of an industry mentor.

Structure of Relationship

Each mentor group will consist of one junior undergraduate, one senior undergraduate, and an industry consultant in a year-long tri-mentoring relationship.

For junior undergraduates, (students in their first or second year of academic studies,) the Tri-Mentorship Program provides them with a senior undergraduate to be a resource for academic advice specific to their experience as UBC students.  Junior undergraduates can also benefit from an early initial exposure to the mobile casino consulting industry via the guidance of an industry mentor. Their relationships with the industry mentors at an early stage in their undergraduate career have the possibility of accelerating the accumulation of valuable knowledge and skills as well as developing further interest in the consulting industry.

For senior undergraduates, defined as students in their third or fourth year of their academic studies, the Tri-Mentorship Program not only provides the opportunity to be connected to an industry mentor, but also to become a peer mentor to their online casinos younger undergraduate counterpart. This student relationship enables senior undergraduates to be able to give back to younger students by sharing their own learned lessons and advice to the junior undergraduate. The quality of the relationship expected casino online between senior online casino undergraduates and industry mentors is to be on a more advanced level based on the specific goals the senior undergraduate hopes to achieve from the relationship. The senior undergraduates that this program most likely will attract are those who are definitely interested in entering the industry after graduation.

It will be primarily the responsibility of the mentees to maintain and steer the relationship. Most of the relationship is likely to be based in email correspondence. However, it is expected that mentor groups will meet up to once a month for various activities to be decided by the group.

Potential Activities

  • Informational meetings with industry mentor
  • Sharing of life, career, academic advice over coffee, dinner
  • Resume-review
  • Job-shadowing
  • Case-interview practice
  • Meeting other industry professionals via industry mentoy

Time Commitment

We are expecting mentors and mentees to meet at least once a month and be available for two events:

  1. Kickoff Event | November 13 (evening)
    First introduction to mentor groups
  2. Annual Wine & Cheese Networking Gala | April (exact date TBA)
    Wrap up event