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We're glad you're thinking about applying.

Application periods for becoming a PDI member occur around the end of the summer and start of each fall semester. If you are interested in applying for next fall, please complete this interest form so we can alert you when the application period opens again. Otherwise, you can complete an application to get on our waitlist this semester.

And remember, you don't have to wait for us to start putting your career in motion. Get a head start by making use of the resources available at the Career and Professional Development Center.

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Requirements Checklist

Action Plan

Event Guidelines

  • Forget your Top 5 StrengthsQuest results and/or password?

    Visit this sign-in page on the SQ website to log into your account—the one you created when you initially took the assessment.

    Trouble logging in to StrengthsQuest? Follow the instructions here

    In order to better understand your themes and their application, you can download your Strengths Insight and Action-Planning Guide . This report is automatically generated for anyone who took the StrengthsFinder assessment and is accessible through your individual SQ account. Log into using the account you created when you took the assessment and click on the third report in the list. Feel free to explore the other reports and resources as well.

    • Confidentiality Statement

      As a result of trust that develops in a mentoring relationship, PDI Mentors may gain access to confidential information about UB students being mentored. Our program policy on confidentiality is that information shared with a PDI mentor will be kept confidential, except in cases of disclosure about past or present child abuse or neglect, or when it becomes apparent that a mentee is in danger of doing harm to themselves or another person. Should that be the case, a PDI mentor will inform the appropriate UB representative(s) so that preventative action may be taken.

      Please refer to the Student Handbook or contact the Dean of Students with questions or concerns regarding confidentiality.