The Xavier University Mentor Program

Mission

The Xavier University Mentor Program links students with leading executives and career professionals - offering an innovative approach by providing students practical application of networking skills, personal and professional growth over an extended period of time, as well as the Jesuit values of service to others and cura personalis.

Goals and Objectives

  • Develop resources and tools to make informed career decisions.

  • Through coaching and feedback, develop leadership, teamwork, creative thinking and interpersonal skills.

  • Advice on personal growth, academics, and career topics (including possible career paths).

  • Provide a forum for the observation, practice and mastery of professional networking skills.

History

Since its inception in 2003, the nationally known Mentor Program has matched over 2,300 students with executives & career professionals in the Cincinnati area and throughout the United States.  The Program serves Xavier students of all majors and collaborates with Mentors from more than 560 different organizations.

The Xavier Mentor Program is part of the Career Development Office, whose mission is to “connect, educate and empower” students.