Youth Development & Agricultural Education

FAQ

What is Mentoring @ Purdue?

Mentoring @ Purdue (MAP) is a mentoring program designed for women and minority graduate students in the College of Agriculture at Purdue University. This program specializes in hosting informational workshops to assist graduate students, faculty, and staff in creating rewarding mentoring relationships. In addition to hosting workshops during the academic year, MAP will hold its first Summer Scholars Program for elite students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities this June.

Who can join?

MAP events are open to all students, faculty, and staff at Purdue University. The program especially emphasizes the success of underrepresented graduate students in the agricultural and life sciences.

How can I get involved?

Join our email group to get information about our next workshop.

When is the next workshop?

Check out the events page for reviews of previous events. MAP is currently developing events for the Fall 2015 semester.

What are the workshops like?

MAP workshops are informative, engaging, and informal. The workshops generally begin with an invited speaker and are followed with group discussion and a Q-&-A session. Attendees are encouraged to engage with the speaker and others in attendance to create an interactive workshop experience..

How can I contact this organization?

Feel free to email us at MAP@ydae.purdue.edu. See our Contact Us page for more information on how to engage with the MAP team. Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter.