Connect with senior students who help you navigate your Political Science program. In one-on-one and group sessions, discuss expectations for writing and analysis in Political Science assignments, the benefits of particular academic and co-curricular opportunities and options, and potential academic and career paths. Attend group luncheons and events, including a visit to the Ontario legislature.
Connect / Reflect / Project
- Build community with other Political Science students and deepen your understanding of what it means to be a student of Political Science.
- Develop your academic skills with the support and insight of your peers.
- Prepare for your upper years by learning about opportunities. Get help selecting opportunities that support your goals and values.
Mentors are 3rd and 4th year Political Science students. Mentees are 1st and 2nd year Political Science students or prospective Political Science students.
How to Participate
For more information about this activity or to indicate your interest, contact Buchra Nassab, Director of Mentorship, Association of Political Science Students, firstname.lastname@example.org