Sigma Delta Tau is proud to offer a mentorship program to connect sisters with one another for professional guidance.
We have partnered with Ambition in Motion, an online mentoring platform, to develop this program. Using the Ambition In Motion matching process, sisters are matched with a mentor based on various compatibility factors including career interests, majors and much more.
The online platform allows you to interact and share experiences through the program. This platform also hosts live, online workshops about mentorship etiquette, how to prepare for each mentorship conversation and how to ask the right questions. The platform provides videos and written content to help prepare you for the program. You will also have access to the Ambition In Motion employer network.
If selected for the program, you will be provided with your mentor’s contact information so you can connect based on your communication preference – whether that be via email, video chat, phone calls or in-person meetings.
Over the course of the semester, you can expect to:
- Have a minimum of three, 30-minute conversations with your mentor
- Attend four, 1-hour workshops to learn mentorship etiquette and preparation for mentor conversations
- Complete three, 3-minute surveys to provide mentorship updates and a final post-program assessment
- Meet with your Brand Ambassador three times to provide feedback
Qualifications and Requirements
- SDT undergraduate member
- No GPA requirement
- Must be in good standing with your chapter (may not be inactive and may not be studying abroad)
- There is a $50 fee per semester which is fully refunded upon successful completion of the program at the end of the semester
- The application deadline is February 11
- The program starts in February and ends in May
The mentorship program is a great opportunity for you to share your career experience with a current undergraduate student or alumna of Sigma Delta Tau. This program gives you the flexibility to connect with your mentee on your own time. Over the course of the semester, we ask that you have, at minimum, three, 30-minute conversations with your mentee. These mentoring conversations can take place in-person (if matched locally), via video chat or over the phone.
We strongly encourage you to apply for this rewarding program.The deadline to apply is February 11, and the program runs from February to May.
The mentorship program is also open to Alumnae who wish to be paired with a mentor. Mentorship can have a significant impact on your professional development as you pursue new job opportunities, apply for a graduate degree, navigate difficult professional situations and transition into a management role. The deadline to apply is February 11 and the program runs from February to May. There is a $99 registration fee.