As a UCF student, you have an opportunity to be matched with alumni who are eager and willing to meet you and share their wisdom and advice about life beyond UCF.
The Marching Knights (MK) Mentorship Program is a unique opportunity for you to form meaningful and lasting relationships with alumni that will extend beyond campus walls. As a program participant, you’ll have a chance to request a mentor to assist you with academic guidance, career advice and personal development. You will be paired for the academic year (September to April). We encourage mentors and mentees to connect on a regular basis (i.e. once a month phone call, in person meeting, or email conversation). However, the frequency and form of communication are things you both can determine. Opportunities to interact with each other can include virtual discussions, networking events, UCF athletic events, MK events and other volunteer opportunities.
This is NOT a job placement program, but student mentees who take full advantage of this opportunity gain valuable skills and knowledge that will assist them in their internship/job search and future career.
How do I participate?
The thorough and honest completion of this application plays a crucial role in the MK Mentorship Committee being able to create meaningful and successful mentor/mentee matches. During the month of September, mentor/mentee pairs will be matched, and each participant will receive confirmation of their pairing via email.