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HEADS UP Mentoring Initiative

Now accepting student applications for the HEADS UP Mentoring program. Application deadline: September 29, 2014. Click to apply.

 

Applications for the Staff/faculty mentor registration from​ can be found here.

 

Gateway’s Multicultural Program is excited to announce open applications for the HEADS UP Mentoring initiative! HEADS UP will provide male and female student participants with a positive connection to campus as well as intensive guidance and support as they complete their program of study and transition into their professional or post-secondary steps, post-graduation.

Mentors will consist of Gateway faculty, staff and/or administration.  Mentee cohort will consist of Gateway students enrolled in a post-secondary program.  Multicultural Program staff will pair committed mentors and mentees for an entire semester. 

Benefits of Having a Mentor:

  • Insider’s perspective on navigating your career
  • Someone to bounce ideas off
  • A champion to cheer you on
  • Hold you accountable
  • Receive critical feedback
  • Help you to make decisions about your career path
  • Exposure to diverse perspectives and experiences
  • Provide you with impartial advice
  • Boost your career prospects and growth
  • Open doors for you
  • Help you to succeed if you do the work
  • Gain access to your mentor’s network of contacts
  • Learn from their real-world experiences
  • Learn specific skills and knowledge that are relevant to professional goals
  • Expand your leadership abilities
  • Increase the capacity to translate values and strategies into productive actions
  • Allow for increased self-awareness and self-discipline

Questions? Please feel free to reach out to your Multicultural Student Support Specialist:

Jomarie Coloriano, Racine
P: 262.619.6440 | E: colorianoj@gtc.edu

Julani Bayan, Kenosha
P: 262-564-2546 | E: bayanj@gtc.edu