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I am proud of the high standards and the people at Bethel. They are going to give you the tools and the help you need to succeed.
Erin Bradley ’14

Alumni Mentor Project

Megan Kershner in Career Services coordinates alumni mentoring. The project – a work in progress – seeks to recruit a worldwide group of alumni volunteers willing to communicate with Bethel students as those students consider a choice of major and future career path.

Serving as an alumni mentor is an opportunity to give something back to Bethel and, more specifically, to current students through the donation of time and the wisdom of experience. Contact can be by phone, e-mail or in person, depending on the students’ schedule and availability of the mentor. Mentors may be asked to:

  • offer advice about opportunities in a field of study
  • provide connections related to finding a job
  • share insight into graduate school study
  • give other professional or career-related tips.

All interested alumni are encouraged to sign up by contacting the Office of Career Services or indicating their interest through the Share Address Updates and Special News page.