The Junior Mentorship Program is a fantastic academic opportunity available to all undergraduate students either enrolled in, or intending to enroll in, the Political Science department. Designed to assist incoming students with their transition into the department, and the University of Toronto at large, the program matches first and second year Political Science students with qualified upper year mentors. Additional support is provided through our academic programming, which is aimed at helping students discover and take advantage of extra-curricular and employment opportunities available within the field of Political Science. Events include academic panels, professional networking nights, and socials. Mentor participation is also CCR recognized. A supportive learning community, the Junior Mentorship Program offers students the opportunity to broaden their professional networks, engage with like-minded individuals, and receive the guidance necessary to navigate their academic careers. 

The Junior Mentorship Program is a fantastic academic opportunity available to all undergraduate students either enrolled in, or intending to enroll in, the Political Science department. Designed to assist incoming students with their transition into the department, and the University of Toronto at large, the program matches first and second year Political Science students with qualified upper year mentors. Additional support is provided through our academic programming, which is aimed at helping students discover and take advantage of extra-curricular and employment opportunities available within the field of Political Science. Events include academic panels, professional networking nights, and socials. Mentor participation is also CCR recognized. A supportive learning community, the Junior Mentorship Program offers students the opportunity to broaden their professional networks, engage with like-minded individuals, and receive the guidance necessary to navigate their academic careers.