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The mission of the CBBS Tiger Ties Mentorship Program is to provide students with a real-world opportunity to explore and discover professional goals while guided by successful and talented Clemson graduates. These interactions promote engagement, career and professional development, and a successful transition from backpack to briefcase.
Student participants gain a head start on creating professional networks that extend beyond University borders while also benefiting from the exchange of skills, knowledge and expertise shared by mentors. The mentoring relationship is a partnership and mentors benefit as much as mentees do. Mentors are able to give back to their alma mater by helping a student who is experiencing what they experienced as a collegiate.
Matching for one-on-one mentor/mentee relationships is accomplished by an online software system developed specifically for the Tiger Ties Program. The program uses a web-assisted software tool that provides resources needed for a successful mentoring experience. The unique match formula pairs mentees and mentors who have the right skills and competencies to assist them in achieving their goals and objectives.
As a mentee, a student can expect their mentor to assist in their growth as students begin to develop their career vision. Mentors provide professional development and networking opportunities that enable students’ progression from classroom to boardroom, giving students experience outside the classroom to learn about the existent workforce. A mentor should become a mentee’s close confidant, available to assist a student with any resource, advice, etc., related to career decisions and professional leadership.
Student participants must minimally meet the following standards:
CBBS graduates are able to give back to their alma mater by being a mentor to an eager CBBS student. Mentors guide CBBS students in matters related to professional development, career advising, and real-world challenges based on their personal expertise and experience. This provides a unique and valuable opportunity for students to gain skills, knowledge and expertise from someone with first-hand knowledge.
Mentor participants must minimally meet the following standards:
When thinking about your career path, there is probably nothing more important than understanding who you are so that you can leverage your strengths for success. In partnership with Better Weekdays, the Office of Student Enrichment is offering a free career assessment that will help you identify your strengths, ideal job roles, and corporate culture characteristics where you are most likely to succeed. It can serve as a great ice-breaker with your Tiger Ties relationship. View a sample report here. Start your journey today by signing up here.