Mentoring

Mentoring is a great way for you to connect and grow, whether you’re being mentored by other students or industry experts, or you’re mentoring other people. Read on for options to get a mentor or become a mentor.


Get a mentor

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  • New to Curtin mentoring
    If you’re a new undergraduate student, the New to Curtin Mentor Program links you with an experienced student who can help you navigate university life.
  • Postgraduate student mentoring
    If you’re a new postgraduate student, the Guild’s Postgraduate Mentor Program will give you access to a senior student who can provide guidance and support.
  • Industry mentoring
    If you’re in your final or penultimate year of study, Next Step Mentoring can link you with someone in your future industry to give you valuable insights to help you prepare for your career.
  • Autism and related conditions mentoring
    If you have autism or a related condition, the Curtin Specialist Mentoring Program (CSMP) can link you with someone to help you navigate uni, plus give you access to a weekly social group.

Become a mentor

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  • New to Curtin mentoring
    If you’ve completed two semesters at Curtin, you can help new students navigate their first semester at Curtin.
  • Postgraduate student mentoring
    If you’re enrolled in a postgraduate course, you can gain leadership and networking skills by mentoring a new postgraduate student.
  • Autism and related conditions mentoring
    If you’re a strong-performing postgraduate or final year undergraduate student, you can help students with autism or a related condition navigate university and succeed through the Curtin Specialist Mentoring Program (CSMP).
  • Literacy mentoring for primary school students
    If you’re an effective communicator, you can help primary school students improve their literacy skills through the AHEAD literacy mentoring program.
  • Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME)
    If you’re currently enrolled at Curtin, you can help give Indigenous high school students the skills and confidence to grow and succeed.