Honors Alumni Mentoring Programs

The USU Honors Program offers various opportunities for alumni to meet and mentor current Honors students in fields related to their own. Honors Alumni Connect pairs first- and second-year students with Honors alumni and introduces students to this type of mentoring with three targeted, yet casual conversations over the course of one semester. The more intensive Honors Alumni Mentoring Program fosters year-long professional relationships between Honors juniors or seniors and alumni mentors, helping to build and sustain our Honors alumni network. 

In both programs, mentors and students connect monthly by email, phone, video-conferencing, or even in person, as circumstances allow. USU Honors facilitates and focuses these mentor-student partnerships by giving students specific topics and guidelines and ensuring monthly connection with their mentors. The topics of the monthly check-ins range from general discussions about the value of Honors in the Alumni Connect experience to more specific professional tasks (such as creating a resume, building a professional network, interviewing effectively, and using social media professionally) in the Alumni Mentoring Program.

If you are interested in mentoring a current Honors student in either of these programs during the next academic year (2021-22), please complete the form below with information that will help us to make meaningful mentor-student matches.

In addition to these programs, Honors also supports a LinkedIn group, and we would be happy to contact students about any internship or job opportunities that you would like to publicize. Please send specific inquiries and/or information to our Executive Director (kristine.miller@usu.edu) or to honors@usu.edu.

Honors Alumni Mentoring Form

Have you mentored an Honors student in our year-long Alumni Mentoring Program (AMP) or semester-long Honors Alumni Connect (HAC)?
Please choose the program(s) that match your interest and time availability. Remember that HAC is designed for first- and second-year students, while AMP is for juniors and seniors.