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Diversity and Inclusion offers a mentoring program to 1st and 2nd year students of color, which is geared to equip them with the tools necessary for academic success at Minnesota State University, Mankato. As a mentee, participants will be able to ask questions, receive guidance, and discover many of the resources that are available to students on campus that are often overlooked. Once registered, students will be matched with a faculty, staff, or graduate assistant who will help students adjust to campus life and support them throughout their academic career. Participants will also receive exclusive notifications about resources, events, and activities.
How do I get involved as a mentee in the Diversity and Inclusion Mentoring Program?
The Village Mentoring Program is geared towards supporting Minnesota State University, Mankato students of color. If you are interested in participating in the program, then you must adhere to the below requirements.
As a mentee, you are required to:
Be an admitted and enrolled student at Mankato State University, Mankato;
Attend Diversity and Inclusion mentoring programs that help promote academic and professional development;
Be an active participate in Multicultural Center programs; and,
Have a desire and willingness to meet with and spend time with a mentor for one hour a month every month during the academic year.
If you are interested and are willing to adhere to the above criteria, please click here.
For more information about the Diversity and Inclusion mentoring program, please contact Kenneth Reid, Director of the African American Affairs, at (507)-389-6207 or via email at Kenneth.Reid@mnsu.edu or Ann Swartz-Beckius at (507) 389-1028 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.