Aggie Graduate and Professional Club

Are you interested in gaining mentorship experience?
Interested in connecting and collaborating with both undergraduate and graduate students?

The organization Aggie Graduate & Professional Community Club (AGPCC) is looking for leaders like you to be mentors!

The AGPCC mentorship program connects outstanding graduate and professional students like you with exceptional undergraduate students hoping to continue their education in graduate or professional studies. To be eligible, you must be an active member of AGPCC, you can join here:secure.touchnet.com/C21490_ustores/web/classic/product_detail.jsp?PRODUCTID=7629

This program is only for Spring 2018, as mentors you are only required to:
-Meet with your mentees at least once per month to discuss research, graduate opportunities and assist your mentee with personal and professional growth.
-Attend 1 professional development event with your mentee(s)

As part of the program you can gain:
-leadership and communication skills,
-a professional development certificate,
- (optional) letter of recommendation from AGPCC

We are accepting mentor applications from all degree programs, apply today! If you are interested please fill out the application below, deadline to apply is January 1, 2018!

https://goo.gl/forms/JQFNpODyWZn9ycvg2

The mentorship program kicks off the first week of February, selected mentors will be notified of their mentee matches no later than February 1, 2018.

For questions, please contact the program coordinators, Tristin Nyman and Lauren Gilby (lng3098@tamu.edu)

Thanks and Gig 'Em!

 

 

 

Contact Us

  • Main office: HFSB 305, 2138 TAMU, (979) 845-5033
  • Undergraduate academic advisor office: KLCT 122D, hjanke@tamu.edu
  • Graduate academic advisor office: HFSB 302A, mrydeen@tamu.edu
  • Information technology office: WFES 308, Mailing address

Department Resources

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