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About Mentor Alliance

Members of Mentor Alliance are select professionals who use their experience and expertise to help BYU Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering students refine their leadership and technical skills through impactful mentoring opportunities. Mentors provide feedback and serve as judges for the annual Student Innovator of the Year (SIOY) competition, train club leaders , contribute to Women in Engineering initiatives, participate in one-on-one virtual mentoring, and much more. Students cherish these opportunities to glean from mentors' knowledge and experience.

Mentor Alliance membership is by invitation only. No financial contribution is necessary to participate.
Interested in joining Mentor Alliance? Contact our Assistant Dean to get involved.

Upcoming Mentor Alliance Opportunities
Tuesday, Dec. 8 — Student Innovator of the Year (SIOY) Competition Mentoring
RSVPs are now closed. Details will be emailed to registered mentors one week prior to the event.

Mentor Student Innovator of the Year ( SIOY ) competitors. Mentors provide valuable feedback that enables students to grow and continue development of their innovation beyond the competition.

Questions? Email jim.trent@byu.edu .
January - April 2021 — One-on-one Virtual Mentoring
Mentor students for one hour a month during BYU's Winter Semester (January 2021 to April 2021, or 4 hours total).

Mentoring sessions will include discussions regarding resume building, career readiness, and engineering skills.

To get involved in one-on-one mentoring,
1) Sign up for BYU Connect , BYU’s new networking platform by Dec. 1, 2020.
2) Join The College of Engineering Group  on BYU Connect
3) Wait for students to start reaching out! Please check your messages periodically— students will reach out by no later than January 1, 2021.