In 2018, the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health will be piloting a mentoring program for final year Master of Public Health students. Mentoring is a mutually beneficial partnership in which both individuals grow and develop through the process of sharing and listening.
By connecting each student who is accepted into the program with an experienced graduate of the school, this program aims to maximise the preparation and capacity of students of the MPH to enter the workforce, as well as providing alumni with an enriching experience.
The Pilot Program is a one-year, semi-structured program which will consist of two training workshops throughout the year, as well as regular communication, and a monthly face-to-face meeting between pairs. Mentors and mentees will be matched according to common areas of interest and experience, as well as geography and preferences for meeting arrangements.
Applications for the 2018 program are now closed. If you are interested in joining the program in the future, please email your expression of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org