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Rockefeller Alumni Mentoring Program

The Rockefeller Alumni Mentoring Program (RAMP) pairs juniors and seniors with young Dartmouth alumni currently pursuing a career or advanced degree in a related field of interest with the aim of preparing seniors for their life post-graduation.

About the Program

The Rockefeller Alumni Mentorship Program (RAMP) provides Rockefeller Center-supported infrastructure for graduating seniors to network with young Dartmouth alumni for personal development, professional advancement, and career guidance. RAMP is a part of the Professional Preparation Program that is aimed at prepareing students for professional life after graduation. 

Current seniors and recent alumni build a relationship during their fall term through RAMP events and resources. Current undergraduates are given a chance to benefit from a strong alumni network matched with their field of interest, while mentors have the opportunity to practice leadership and mentoring skills that are transferable to their own careers.

A successful mentorship will result in an ongoing, two-way resource for both mentees and mentors, strengthened confidence and self-awareness, and tracking to achieve personal and professional goals. 

Application Information

Applications are accepted now.

Program Guidelines and Expectations

RAMP is organized into two tracks: 

Track 1 for students who are currently applying for post-graduation opportunities and require mentorship for the job search process

Track 2 for students who have post-graduation plans and require mentorship for navigating a new professional environment

General Requirements

1.     Four months of active participation in the fall term (September through December)

2.     Bi-monthly online meetings to foster the mentor-mentee relationship. Mentoring pairs should feel free to pursue topics most useful to the mentee’s professional development and/or mentor’s expertise.

3.     Discussion about email newsletters containing conversation starters and articles to build skills in networking and mentoring

 

FALL 2018-19 TIMELINE

 

September 2019

14th Mentee Applications Deadline

15th Alumni Mentor Applications Deadline

21st Match Notifications Sent

21st Newsletter Release (1)

26th Mandatory Program Orientation for Mentees from 5-6pm in Class of 1930 Room

 

October 2017

1st   Newsletter Release (2)

22d Newsletter Release (3)

 

November 2017

5th Newsletter Release (4) and Closing Survey

6th Program Closing Session  from 5-6 pm in Rockefeller 002

For more information, contact Tatyana Gao, Program Officer.

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