Mentorship builds confidence and knowledge in students as they transition from academia to practice. It’s mutually beneficial for both the mentor and mentee in generating enthusiasm, sharing knowledge and engendering curiosity. Our mentorship program is structured as follows:
To participate in the CAP mentorship program, please click on the appropriate link below to complete the online application form.
We accept mentorship applications year round and most are matched at the beginning of the fall semester with an expectation that the mentor relationship would last throughout the academic year; however, due to Coronavirus, we're opening enrollment for mentorship to help support students during this challenging time.
If you have any questions, please contact Rachel Brown, Director of Professional Development and Internships, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 720.346.3314.