​​​Alumni Mentoring Program​​​​​​

​The BYU Economics Alumni Mentoring Program is a semester-long extracurricular program in which students are matched one-to-one, based on shared interests, with a BYU econ alum. Over the course of the semester, students are given the opportunity to learn about an industry that interests them from an experienced professional while ​​​developing a relationship with a BYU Economics alumnus. 


​Why should you participate? 

Watch BYU Economics alumnus and CEO of Vivint, David Bywater, explain why mentoring is so important.


When is the Alumni Mentoring Program held?

The program is held twice a year during winter semester and spring/summer semester. 


What is required of you?

​-Attend one of the mandatory information sessions at the beginning of the semester

     *The next information sessions for winter semester 2017 will be held January 19 and January 20 at 11:00AM in 170 FOB

-Complete three experiences (conversations) with your mentor during the semester

     *Experience #1 will be due Friday, February 17, 2017

     *Experience #2 will be due Friday, March 17, 2017

     *Experience #3 will be due Friday, April 14, 2017

-Report your experiences to the alumni and internship coordinator

-Attend a closing social at the end of the program OR write a one-page essay about your mentoring experience

     *The closing social for winter semester will be held Friday, April 21, 2017


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​Questions or concerns? Email Jessica McDowell, the Economics Alumni & Internship Coordinator, at alumni-economics@byu.edu