Loyola University Chicago

Quinlan School of Business

Mentorship program launches in Fall 2016

Mentorship program launches in Fall 2016

Alumni and students: Join Quinlan's exciting new undergraduate mentorship program, which launches this fall.

In fall 2016, the Quinlan School of Business is launching a unique mentorship program that will connect undergraduate students and alumni champions who have similar interests and careers aspirations.

This mentorship program is one of the first of its kind in the nation, as soon all undergraduate business students will be connected with a professional mentor.

The program begins in the fall in one section of the required career preparation course, BSAD 220, before expanding to all sections of the course in future semesters.

Alumni: Become a Champion

Give back to Loyola and expand your professional network by becoming a champion! By signing up, you'll be eligible to be matched with a current undergraduate student in BSAD 220. Champions meet twice with their mentees during the semester to discuss the business industry. Meetings can be in person, over the phone, or via Skype.

You'll also have the opportunity to network with other mentors and with business students outside of this class.

Sign up now by contacting Aminatu Rubango at nrubango@luc.edu or 312.915.7907.

As part of the registration process, you'll need to register on LUConnect. Read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).

Once an Alumni Champion form is completed, a member of the Career Development Center team will contact you in about one business week with your Champion Account username and password.

Students: Register on LUConnect

You can connect with alumni at any time through LUConnect, Loyola's program to connect students to alumni for career conversations. The Quinlan Mentoring Program will also use LUConnect to match BSAD 220 students and alumni, so sign up now!