The University of Georgia is the first university in Georgia to launch a joint mentorship program with the EPAG (U.S. Government Exchange Program Alumni Association of Georgia). Under the "Mentorship Program", the students of the University of Georgia will be mentored by EPAG members who have been educated in leading American universities and are currently successfully working in their profession. The goal of the program is to help students develop the right expectations for the profession, develop a personal development plan and better prepare for a future career.
"Mentorship Program" is designed for 2nd, 3rd and 4th year students of different educational directions. All students participating in the program will have an individual mentor, who will be selected considering the professional interests of the student and the mentor. Mentors will be successful professionals with many years of experience who will share with students the knowledge and experience accumulated in their field during one semester.
The program will start in September. Detailed information about the participation will be published in the second half of August.