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The AHIC mentorship program is a 10-week program that matches students with mentors from industry and other students with professional experience. The goal of the AHIC mentorship program is to connect students with mentors that can assist them through insight and experience in computing.
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Aggies & Mentors seeks to be an inclusive and diverse professional development organization charged with providing connections between current and former students at Texas A&M University through collaboration between the Student Government Association, Association of Former Students, and Career Center.
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The AggieSat Laboratory Mentoring Program is an initiative to connect AggieSat students to industry professionals that can guide the students in their professional development. While the work done at AggieSat is primarily focused on space-based systems, our students come from a variety of backgrounds and majors, and their career goals are equally diverse. For that reason, the AGSL Mentoring Program is accepting applications from mentors in any STEM-oriented field of work.
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The College’s AgGIE (Agricultural Graduate Inclusive Excellence) Leadership Community is a cohort-based Learning Community to aid in the transition to graduate school by understanding the culture and expectations of graduate students, to develop an understanding and appreciation of different research approaches, to decrease the research learning-curve and to develop leadership and mentoring skills.
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The Aggie Women Network and the Women's Resource Center have partnered to organize the AMPLIFY | Women's Mentorship Circle. The purpose of AMPLIFY is to provide students access to Aggie Women whose professional and personal accomplishments align with the student’s own ambitions. For the Aggie Woman, it provides them an opportunity to remain connected to the University and give back by mentoring the next generation of Aggie Women.
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The BIMS Advisory Board exists to provide support as ambassadors, both financially and through mentorship, to the undergraduate students and program in the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences. This platform will allow board members and members of the BIMS Delegates program to capitalize on that valuable mentorship!
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The Career Mentoring Program facilitates one-to-one mentoring relationships that connect mentees with leaders in the organization to learn and develop. Career mentoring helps you to expand networks, gain new knowledge and insights, and build new skills.

Join us now in the Career Mentoring Program to start developing personal and professional relationships with others in the organization who can help you learn and grow. Take the first step in furthering your professional development by joining the Career Mentoring Program today!
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Looking to break into the technology industry, but don’t have a technical background? Do you also want to empower others and hone your marketing, communication, and platform management skills by working with our Assistant Director of Mentoring for a year or longer work study!

Our Assistant Director of Mentoring is looking for a partner in crime to help support all of the virtual mentoring programs across campus.
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The College of Science Mentoring Program is designed to support the career readiness of our undergraduate students by partnering them with professionals who have been successful in the public and private sectors. Whether a mentee will seek employment upon graduation or go on to pursue an education in graduate or professional school, all our mentees receive hands-on mentoring, coaching, advising, feedback, and assistance with career development, planning, and execution. Additionally, we strive to help both mentors and mentees in their development of professional relationships. The mentoring pairings are designed to be self-driven by the needs of the mentee and the experience and skillsets of the mentor to allow for maximum professional and personal growth.
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If you are a first-generation Aggie engineering student, we invite you to become part of this important program. FGEn students are paired with a faculty or staff member who is passionate about student mentoring and success. Many of our mentors are first-generation graduates themselves.
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The FEPAC accredited FIVS program is structured similarly to a pre-med degree with respect to the course loads for lower division students. This structure comes with many of the same challenges that a pre-med student will face. FIVS students that participate in a mentorship program are more likely to graduate with a FIVS degree than those that do not seek mentorship. This is an opportunity to engage with your fellow FIVS majors in a way that enhances your chances of graduation.
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The Institute for the Development and Education of Asian American Leadership (IDEAAL) is a student-directed year-long developmental institute tailored for freshmen. With a focus on the beneficial role of social networks and the value of cultural identity an social change leadership. IDEAAL fosters opportunities to develop a sense of belonging on campus, increased insight into self, and development of leadership skills. The institute also serves as a discussion forum focused on a multitude of social issues and how they impact the Asian American/Asian Pacific Islander Desi American community.
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The IT Mentoring Program will match current and aspiring IT professionals with a mentor to answer any questions about skills needed, professional development/networking opportunities, and more. This program will accept mentees from current IT professionals as well as student workers who are pursuing IT-related careers and will benefit both mentors and mentees!
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Latino Logradores (Latino Achievers) is a freshman program with three main components which helps support the success of Latino/a/x students at Texas A&M University by providing mentorship, a family atmosphere, transition from high school to college and resources that help them thrive in a college environment. This will be a freshman’s first connection to the Familia Latina where they can build long-lasting relationships, explore their culture, build networks, feel empowered, develop holistically and be a service to the local community.
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Get ready to add spark to your college experience with our student mentoring program! Join us now to develop personal and professional relationships with professionals who can help you learn and grow. Whether you're a mentor or a student, you'll find mentoring to be a rewarding part of your experience here at our institution.
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The Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, & Related Sciences (MANRRS) and the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics & Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) Mentoring Program is designed to assist freshman in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences who are members of underrepresented groups. The program will connect these students with a peer mentor in the college who can help guide them through their freshman year and experience at Texas A&M University. Membership in the MANRRS and/or SACNAS chapter provides additional personal and community connections, as well as academic and professional development opportunities.
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The purpose of Pride Mentors is to offer support and guidance to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, pansexual, gender fluid, genderqueer, non-binary, asexual, ally, demisexual, queer or questioning students at Texas A&M. The program is designed for mentees to work through topics important to them including, but not limited to, career and academic goals, relationships and family problems, transitioning to college, gender and sexuality, and LGBT issues that arise in collegiate and professional settings.
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Pride Pen Pals is designed to keep LGBTQ+ students connected to a supportive community while they are away from campus during the summer and winter breaks. Participants are able to select their pen pal(s) based on their identities and interests and are encouraged to actively communicate with each other. Participants can select up to three pen pals. The LGBTQ+ Pride Center hosts monthly socials over the break for all participants.
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The Transfer Student Program Mentoring Group groups mentees with peer mentors at Texas A&M to learn and acclimate to Texas A&M faster and more successfully. Peer mentoring helps you to expand networks, gain new knowledge and insights as well as build new skills.

Join us now in the Transfer Student Group Mentoring program to help transition with others at Texas A&M who can help you learn and grow.
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VALOR Mentoring Program is an impactful way for veteran students at Texas A&M to learn new skills and support professional development while networking with various industry professionals. Wherever you are in your professional or student journey, the VALOR Mentoring Program helps you to grow by learning and developing with others through long-term mentorship.

So what are you waiting for? Enroll in the VALOR Mentoring Program today!