Boulet Mentoring Program: Professional Mentoring

The Larry and Buffy Boulet Scott College of Business Mentoring Program – Professional Mentoring, is an interactive experience dedicated to providing skill development, professional growth, as well as academic and career exploration/preparation for all sophomore, junior, and senior business students. During this opportunity, students will have the chance to connect with a business professional, referred to as their "mentor". Through guided discussions and events, our mentors will serve as role models and career advisors to the students. They will provide their mentee with encouragement, support and advice as well as professional insight, experience, and exposure to their network. On a monthly basis, students will meet with their mentor to discuss a variety of topics to aid in their success as a student and future leader in the workplace. Additional meetings may be determined by each pair.

What is a “Mentee”?

An Indiana State University sophomore, junior, or senior student pursuing a major and/or minor in the Scott College of Business. These individuals are seeking to enhance personally, professionally, as well as academically from a mentor and/or mentoring experience. They are looking to be paired with a business professional, where they will be responsible for attending meetings and events as they are available.


What is a “Mentor”?

A professional seeking to offer their expertise and guidance to a mentee and/or group of mentees. A mentor is eager to take part in a mentoring experience to enrich the lives of their mentees through conversations and events. At the Scott College of Business, our mentors will serve as a role models and career advisors to students by providing encouragement, guidance and support in academic and career exploration as well as career preparation. These individuals are motivated to make an impact and willing to invest time in the mentee’s success as a sycamore and future leader in business.