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Frequently Asked Questions

Below are frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the Institute of Human Resources and Employment Relation’s Mentor Program. This program is a valuable resource that enriches the education of our students and recent graduates by helping them solve professional and career challenges. For alumni "mentors", it is an opportunity to share their knowledge with new HR professionals and to participate in the Mentor Program. For current students "mentees" participation in the Mentor Program offers an excellent networking opportunity, which is critical for an effective job-search and long-term career success.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who can participate in the Institute of Human Resources and Employment Relation’s Mentor Program?
  • Will my information collected from the Mentor Program be shared?
  • What can I expect from the Mentor Program as a Mentee?
  • What is the Participation Commitment (including the mandatory mentor orientation program)?
  • Are mentors required to help place students?
  • Do I have to continue my ongoing conversations as mentor and mentee after the annual programs ends?
  • If my situation changes and I am no longer able to meet the responsibilities of being a mentor or mentee, how do I end this relationship?
  • A mentor or mentee excessively calls or emails me. What can I do?
  • Is getting a mentor or mentee guaranteed?

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Quinlan School of Business · Graduate Programs Office
1 E Pearson St, Maguire Hall 204 · Chicago, IL 60611
Phone: 312.915.6124 · quinlangrad@luc.edu

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