Our mentor program connects public health students to public health professionals to help with career and professional development. Mentoring relationships can benefit both mentors and mentees. For mentees, the program can have a key impact on future career choices. For mentors, helping the next generation of public health leaders can be rewarding and impactful.
The School of Public Health boasts the largest mentor program of any school of public health, serving approximately 475 students and mentors with special events and helpful resources for mentor pairs.
We work to provide students with diverse professional experiences and recognize the role that mentors have in training future public health leaders. These relationships have proven to be enriching and longstanding.
In 2014, Minnesota Business Magazine awarded the School of Public Health Mentor Program with its Leaders in Health Care honor for Education and Workforce Development.
Read more about how the Mentor Program has impacted the lives of both students and mentors.