Meet the ACE Master's Mentors
Master’s mentors are graduate students currently enrolled in a Loyola master's degree program through The Graduate School. Master's mentors engage with junior and senior ACE Scholars focusing on graduate school preparation, career development, and life-after-Loyola enrichment workshops. By offering undergraduates support and encouragement in preparation for their post-undergraduate needs, master's mentors strive to seamlessly usher ACE Scholars into their advanced degree programs and/or their professional careers.
Below is a brief introduction to our team of master's mentors. If you are an ACE Scholar with questions about this service, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACE Master's Mentors
Graduate Program: Master's in Social Work and Gender Studies
Year: Last year of the program
Involvement on campus (clubs, organizations, etc.): Payment for Placements (P4P) initiative
Favorite part of ACE: My favorite part of ACE is getting to know students, hearing about their goals, and supporting them along the way.
Graduate Program: MSW/MA Women's and Gender Studies
Year: First year graduate student
Involvement on campus (clubs, organizations, etc.): Research Assistant at the School of Social Work
Favorite part of ACE: My favorite part of ACE is being a part of the amazing community! As well as, the chance to help students plan and pursue their goals post-grad.
Graduate Program: Graduate Student in WSGS
Year: First Year Graduate Student
Favorite part of ACE:The opportunity the program gives to students who wouldn’t otherwise have them.