Women in STEM Mentoring Circles

Women in STEM Mentoring Circles | Undergraduate & Graduate Students

The Women in STEM Mentoring Circles program is a joint effort between ARROWS and the Graduate Women in Science & Engineering, Undergraduate Women in Science & Engineering, Society of Women Engineers, Women’s Professional Development, Women in Computer Science and Girls Who Code student organizations. The program seeks to create an environment for diverse discussion, support, networking, and resource sharing among undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni.

Mentoring circles are made up of undergraduate mentees and graduate student and/or alumni mentors, creating an opportunity for mentoring across experience levels as well as peer-to-peer mentoring. Circles are generally expected to meet once a month during the Fall and Spring semesters. Each month, the program also brings a guest from a local industry company to campus to meet with the students in the program and answer questions they may have about life in industry.


If you are interested in being an undergraduate mentee:

  • Please fill out this mentee application form. The deadline is Monday, September 26th, 2022.
  • Before being placed into a mentoring circle, all mentees will be expected to attend a virtual training session.
  • Our in-person kickoff event will tentatively be held October 11th, 2021 from 5:30-7pm to introduce each mentoring circle’s members to each other and to welcome participants to the program.

If you are interested in being a graduate student/alumni mentor:

  • The application for graduate student and alumni mentors is closed at this time.
  • Before being placed into a mentoring circle, all mentors will be expected to attend a virtual training session.
  • Our in-person kickoff event will tentatively be held October 11th, 2021 from 5:30-7pm to introduce each mentoring circle’s members to each other and to welcome participants to the program.