The Steering Committee on Undergraduate Women’s Leadership found that students who felt they were successful in their social and extracurricular lives, achieved their academic potential, and developed as leaders while on campus, had, at some point, received guidance and support from one or more adult mentors.
An important goal of the Princeton Women’s Mentorship Program is to help students build relationships with faculty, staff members, and graduate students, and to foster a mentorship dynamic.
Members of the faculty or staff, or graduate students who would like to take an active role in supporting and developing young women leaders are welcome to join the program.
Additionally, faculty and staff can elect to host one of our weekly coffee chats. We believe that these sessions will help to create lasting mentoring relationships between students and faculty outside of the traditional classroom setting. We hope faculty and staff members will find it equally valuable to engage with students on a more personal level.
Click here (Coffee Chat Sign-up) to learn more about the program and express interest in being a host.