UNF Mentoring Opportunities for students
Here at UNF we believe each student should have a chance to connect with a mentor. Check out the many options we have below!
Coggin Executive Mentors
Description: This program is designed to enhance the classroom experience by linking students with leading executives for one-on-one mentoring. Mentors share career advice and valuable insight into the transition from college to work. Students build career networks and develop skills to become better professionals and leaders.
Coggin Peer to Career Mentors
Peer to Career (P2C) Mentors specialize in providing Coggin students with professional career services helping business students find and acquire great internships, work experience, and full-time jobs. Hand selected as Coggin’s most successful third and fourth year students, each mentor has completed at least one internship/work experience and desire to share their career experiences with you. Mentors have worked within high profile companies such as Citi, Crowley, SS&C Advent, FIS Global, UNF Office of Internal Audit, non-profits, and more.
Connections Student Mentoring Program
The Connections Student Mentoring Program connects UNF students to supportive faculty and staff who can help them integrate socially and welcome them into the Osprey family. The program aims to assist students in the process of making positive choices in their daily lives by guiding, challenging, supporting, directing, training, motivating and advising them towards the fulfillment of their goals. For further information, please contact Intercultural Center for Peace at (904) email@example.com.
Club Can Do
Club Can Do is a mentoring program specifically for LGBTQIA+ students to be matched with an LGBTQIA+ mentor from the Jacksonville area for a year of personal and professional growth. For more information contact Haiden Baier at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Alliance for Student Success (CASS)
Community Alliance for Student Success, or CASS, was created to serve traditionally underrepresented students on campus. With CASS, students have a supportive student community on campus, build relationships with trusted and experienced minority mentors, including industry leaders and local business owners and can connect with the campus community and culture, and discuss personal experiences and current events in a safe and respectful environment
First Year Experience Mentors
Just as UNF is becoming a national leader in higher education, UNF First Year Experience Mentors strive to be the best transition leaders. We are here for you first and foremost as friends. We are also fellow students, ambassadors and have all been new to UNF just like you. We aim to mentor you to becoming a full-fledged Osprey! It is our goal to guide you with professionalism and commitment to excellence while having fun and bringing you along for the ride. Feel free to email us at email@example.com with any questions at any time.
Learning Community Assistants
LCAs are upper class peer staff members in the Department of Housing and Residence Life who support students participating in living-learning communities (LLCs). The LCAs provide academic and social programming, have intentional conversations with students, and are charged with helping to facilitate relationships between faculty, staff, and students.