Alumni

Student Mentoring Self-Questionnaire

Developing support systems is a key to on-the-job success and mentors can be valuable supporters who foster your professional and personal development. These individuals can keep you "in the loop," prevent or lessen feelings of isolation, and give you a real sense that you "belong." However, mentors aren't for everyone. The relationship between mentor and "mentee" (that's you) is a two-way street; you should clearly understand that it's a relationship that requires a commitment on your part as well as on the part of the mentor. Ask yourself, "How good a mentee will I make?" The following form can help you evaluate your potential as a mentee. Complete the form and you will given a score with more information on what that score means.

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Survey Questions

Survey Questions

Rate your potential by selecting the ranking that corresponds to how much you agree, or disagree, to each statement: