Mentoring is more focused on creating a personal relationship between mentor and mentee, versus coaching which follows a more structured and formal approach. We work hard to place each MAP student with a mentor who is committed to providing a safe space for dialogue, reflection, action, and learning.
We're committed to developing our students' practical skills that will enable them to drive impact in any professional environment. By exposing our students to various industries and professionals, they can apply the technical knowledge they've learned through our curriculum to real-life situations and problems.
Our students participate in thought-provoking conversations as moderators for different panel discussions, seminars, and workshops throughout the year. We encourage our students to outline the full scope of the program, coordinate with guest speakers, and formulate stimulating questions.