Volunteer Opportunities (Current Students)
Help Current Students Take Their Education to the Next Level
Have you "been there, done that?" Why not become a mentor? Mentornet is a nonprofit e-mentoring network for students in engineering, science, and mathematics. Professionals from industry, government, and higher education can provide a protege with positive, one-on-one e-mail-based mentoring.
You can make a difference in twenty minutes a week, all from the comfort of your own computer. For more information, contact Susan Liebau, Director ExSEL.
Help students develop the critical skills needed to succeed in today's fast-paced, ever-changing work environment through Michigan Tech's Enterprise program. Enterprise employs a multi-disciplinary, team-based approach to address real-world projects in a business-like setting.
To learn about the many ways you can get involved, click here.
Connect with students through Michigan Tech's Job Shadow Program with on-site visits or electronic communication. You can give back to your alma mater by sharing your knowledge and experience, while students gain valuable insight into potential career paths.
Contact Jeff Kangas, Assistant Director Career Services, to learn how you can help.
Give current students the gift of real-world experience by getting your company involved with Michigan Tech's internship or cooperative education program. You can also volunteer your time to critique resumes, conduct mock interviews, or provide useful job search strategies.
Contact the Career Center for more information.
By connecting students and industry, students gain skills and experience, while industry partners gain a fresh perspective, access to project resources and potential employees, new techniques and theories, and a broader relationship with Michigan Tech.
To take advantage of the numerous benefits of being involved with Senior Design, click here.