Mentorship Program

The CPSA Mentorship Program focuses on providing academic and professional development support by matching first- and second-year UBC counselling students with third+-year masters, PhD students, and Alumni. This mentorship program runs from November to September.

Examples of benefits of engaging in the mentorship program:

  • Developing meaningful connections with peers who have similar interests
  • Expanding your network
  • Gaining leadership skills
  • Learning about relevant professional opportunities (e.g., workshops, events, practicum experiences)
  • Brainstorming career development options and opportunities
  • Learning about different theoretical orientations or connecting about similar ones
  • Sharing experiences and strategies related to navigating your degrees
  • Discussing research ideas, academic challenges, and/or scholarship applications
  • Connecting with a supportive peer about self-care strategies

Sign up to be a Mentor!

APPLICATIONS ARE DUE NOVEMBER 1, 2021

Are you entering your third+ year of the CNPS masters program? Were you a CNPS mentee in the previous year> Are you in the PhD program? Did you already graduate from a graduate level CNPS program? Consider signing up to mentor a first- or second-year student. Learn more about the role and responsibilities here.

Sign up to be a Mentee!

APPLICATIONS ARE DUE NOVEMBER 1, 2021
Are you entering your first- or second-year of the CNPS masters program? Consider signing up to be matched with a third+-year masters student, PhD student, or CNPS alumni for program guidance and support. Learn more about the role and responsibilities here.

 

If you have questions, please contact Sarah Woolgar, Mentorship Program Lead, at cpsaubc@gmail.com