Established by the CAH Alumni Chapter’s Mentorship Committee in 2018, the CAH Alumni Mentorship Program plans to foster meaningful relationships between CAH alumni and current upper-level undergraduate students. The program provides alumni with the opportunity to give back to their alma mater, expand their network and enhance their resume, while supporting the educational and professional development and experience of current CAH students. The program is specifically designed and coordinated by the CAH Alumni Chapter Board of volunteers. It is our belief that student enthusiasm and alumni support are crucial to the continued success and advancement of this mentorship program.


You have the opportunity to share you professional and personal experience and expertise with current CAH students.

Apply to Become a Mentor


You have access to a robust network of alumni who are eager and willing to meet you and share their wisdom and advice about life beyond UCF.

Apply to Become a Mentee

Dean Jeff Moore is a proponent of mentorship, and is a mentor to Calvin Chiu ’17, a marimba player from Hong Kong. Watch them discuss the mutual value of their relationship:

“Early on, your teachers are your mentors, but mentorship goes beyond the teaching part. Alumni mentors can provide invaluable advice on moving down the road—not just a career path, but the road of life. A good mentor is a trail guide for our students and can provide a timely perspective on navigating toward success.”
— Dean Jeffrey Moore

Key Dates, 2020–2021

  • September 4 | Deadline to apply to be a Mentor/Mentee
  • September 7–11 | Applications Review
  • September 14–18 | Mentorship Committee will match alumni mentors with student mentees
  • September 24 | Notification of match to Mentor/Mentee
  • February | Optional: Mentee job shadowing for a day with Mentor
  • February 22–26 | Mid-year Follow-up Review by Mentorship Committee
  • April 16–26 | Follow-up Review and Survey

If you have missed a deadline or have questions, please contact [email protected].

More Info

Mentoring Program Introduction
Alumni Mentors
Student Mentees
Is This Program Right for You?
Frequently Asked Questions