Become a NGMP Mentor if you are looking for a leadership opportunity and earn 1 credit in Spring 2021! Apply below.

Become a NGMP Mentee if you are looking for a mentor to talk about graduate school and earn 1 credit in Spring 2021! Apply below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mission

The mission of the Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion’s Next Generation Mentorship Program (NGMP) is to provide undergraduate students of color, international students, and students from other underrepresented populations opportunities to become successful in their undergraduate academic careers and beyond. Through the guidance of graduate student mentors during the entire academic year, undergraduate student mentees will be provided the services, resources, encouragement, and support needed for their future goals and aspirations.

Purpose

This mentorship program aims to deepen the Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion’s commitment to students who come from underserved and underrepresented communities. Our goal is for mentees to deepen their undergraduate experience, gain insight into the mentor’s graduate experience, explore career paths, post-graduation options, and be supported in their academic and student success. For the graduate student mentors, this is an opportunity to give back, to support the next generation, and also to gain leadership, coaching, and mentorship experience that will enrich their graduate school experience while also benefiting their career and trajectory.

 

***NGMP IS INTENDED FOR MENTORS AND MENTEES WHO IDENTIFY AS BIPOC, INTERNATIONAL, AND OTHER STUDENTS WITH HISTORICALLY MARGINALIZED IDENTITY***

Spring 2021: 1-credit course!

We're really looking forward to offering a 1-credit course in Spring 2021 for our mentors and mentees. You'll be able to connect with each other, engage in professional and academic development opportunities and receive credit at the same time!
 

Are you an undergraduate student interested in becoming an NGMP mentee? Apply here!

Are you a graduate student interested in becoming an NGMP mentor? Apply here!

Q & A Sessions (2021)

Q&A Session 1: Tuesday, January 12th 6-8pm 
Q&A Session 2: Wednesday, January 27th 12:30-2:30pm
Q&A Session 3: Monday, February 1st 8-10am
 
Email us at osdi@uw.edu if you have any questions!
 
Q&A Session detailed above.

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