Mentorship in ENGR
You have the passion. We’ll provide the support.
The University of Idaho College of Engineering pairs current students with mentors with similar life experiences. Students engage in mentorship activities through many different programs.
Idaho National Laboratory Professional Mentorship Program
$500 scholarship per participant
Build community, network, build new skills and learn from professional women engineers working in industry. This program pairs Society of Women Engineers (SWE) members with employees at Idaho National Laboratory, the nation's leading center for nuclear energy research and development.
Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Mentorship Program
Connect with current students through peer-to-peer mentorship and engagement. Open to all gender identities, this program pairs first-year engineering students and current Society of Women Engineers (SWE) members with senior leadership in the program.
OMA Scholars Program
Designed to strengthen U of I's multicultural community and encourage individual cultural exploration, the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) Scholars Program offers scholarships to first-year engineering students, supports students through access to campus resources and promotes participation in non-multicultural oriented activities and leadership opportunities.