Ancell Mentor Program Frequently Asked Questions
Who can participate in the Ancell Mentor Program? The program is open junior and senior undergraduates, and to graduate students in the Ancell School of Business. Students must be in good standing with at least 45 credits, and should be highly motivated.
How should I dress when I meet my mentor? Appropriate dress is business casual.
How should I prepare for the Mentor Program? For more information about the Mentors, click here. If you are not familiar with a company, research the company online. We have added links for each company to make things easier for you.
If I cannot attend the Mentor Program Orientation, can I still participate in the Mentor Program? Absolutely, however, students will be required to attend a separate orientation.
Can I choose my own mentor? You can request a particular mentor and we will do our best to place you with your selection, however, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to grant your request.
When will I be notified of my mentor assignment? Mentor assignments for fall 2014 will be emailed to you by Friday, September 26th, 2014.
Once I have received my Mentor assignment, what should I do next? The first thing is to contact your Mentor. Discuss how, when and where you can meet and what topics you would like to discuss. You will want to set up your initial meeting as soon as possible. You may wish to bring a personal profile for your Mentor that includes your work history, education, interests and ambitions. Beyond that meeting, it is up to you and your Mentor to decide what you would like to accomplish and how often you would like to meet.
If you have any further questions, please contact the Ancell Mentor Program Coordinator, Elise Silkowski, at (203) 837-8567 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coordinator, Ancell Mentor Program
Learning Commons at Young Library
Ancell School of Business
43 Lake Avenue, Ext.
Danbury, CT 06811