The Eugene J. McCarthy Center Mentor Program intends to connect CSB and SJU students with individual political and community leaders and offers a roadmap for mentorship and networking. Through informational interviews, job shadowing, resume critiques, and career discussions, students will gain a greater awareness of multiple civic options as well as the avenues for success in political and civic life.
Opportunities arranged by the Mentor Program:
Polidazzle - An annual networking event for CSB/SJU students, alumni/ae, staff, faculty and anyone else that is interested in public policy and civic life that occurs each fall. This gathering offers an opportunity for students to connect with community leaders and professionals who share a passion for public policy and civic engagement. Please feel free to invite anyone who you think is interested. This reception is an open house which includes drinks and hors d'oeuvres. If you are interested in learning more about Polidazzle, please click on the heading above.
Campus Connections - On-campus meetings or Skype calls that are arranged by the McCarthy center staff in order to offer students easy and convenient opportunities to connect with community leaders. Professionals interested in participating in a campus connection are welcome to complete the campus connection form in order to communicate their availability.
State Community Leader Visits - At mentors convenience, the McCarthy Center staff will arrange transportation for small groups of students to visit with community leaders within the state of Minnesota. If you are a professional interested in offering one of these opportunities, please email email@example.com.
Expectations of the Program
Sign-ups for becoming a mentor are now closed. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Fill out the Mentee Sign-Up Form by Friday, September 29th, 2017.
If you have any additional questions or concerns please contact Professor Matt Lindstrom.