Mentorship Advisory Council (MAC)
- Ray McCree, Office of Student Support, Student Success & Support Services, Chair
- Llatetra Brown Esters, Office of Student Support, Student Success & Support Services
- Antieris Johnson, Student Success & Support Services
- Carey Miller, Transitions and Student Success, Student Success & Support Services
- Sharon Petty, Tutoring and Coaching Services, Robert L. Bogomolny Library
- Michael Swaby-Rowe, Advising Center, Merrick School of Business
- William Schnirel, Student Development, Student Success & Support Services
- Frank van Vliet, Department of Marketing and Entrepreneurship, Merrick School of Business
UBalt Connects Mentorship Program: Building a Culture of Mentorship
CONNECTION, CONVERSATION, AND COMPASSION
The UBalt Connects Mentorship Program is designed to go beyond transactional change, and more importantly, focuses on transformational change. We use mentoring as a tool to transition students during their first-year experience to improve student success skills that increase graduation outcomes as well as advance social justice and equity agendas.
Mentors matter at The University of Baltimore. We help our mentors to understand and develop a mentoring style that embodies connection, conversation, and compassion because it builds morale and productivity.
Mentors for UBalt Connects will receive benefits such as:
- Gain professional and personal rejuvenation
- Learn new ideas and perspectives from mentees
- Improve interpersonal, leadership, and listening skills
- Help students reach their potential
Mentor Time Commitment:
- Faculty and Staff volunteers are matched with one UBalt Student for two semesters.
- Volunteers are expected to meet (in-person or virtually) with their mentee at least 2-3 times per semester or as agreed upon.
How to register as a mentor?
- Visit Qooper Website link and click option to Create an Account with SSO (use UBalt email account only)
- Once in the system, please complete your profile and enter responses to application questions.
Become a Mentor