Leadership and Mentoring

Business students have many opportunities to participate in educational and experiential initiatives that challenge them to explore, strengthen, and elevate their character and leadership.

The Gramling Mentorship Program

The goal of the Gramling Mentorship Program is to create an experience where undergraduates and graduates learn how to value and engage in meaningful mentorship relationships. Students will learn the value of investing in others and how that can lead to lifelong partnerships, friendships, and successes. Every experience will be designed with intentionality to create strong mentors impacting the experience of others beyond graduation.

Undergraduate students in the Gramling Mentorship Program are paired with UConn School of Business graduate mentors based on their field/industry of interest. Undergraduate students earn academic credit for participation in the program.

"...As a mentor, Larry guides and advises with a respect that makes you believe in yourself... To know him is to become a better person.” Learn more about Dr. Larry Gramling, after whom this program is named.

BUSN 1801 for Financial Management Majors

This 1-credit spring semester course offers regional campus Financial Management students the opportunity to earn academic credit as they develop a professional relationship with a CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst).Students will be paired with a professional Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) through the Hartford CFA Society who will serve as a mentor. Seats are limited in this course. Priority is shown to students whose career goals include working within the field of wealth management after graduation.

Thomas Dineen, '22, Accounting

Peer Advisors

Peer Advisors primarily advise first year business students, and assist them in developing academic plans and engaging with the School of Business.

Emma Sheahan, '22, Management

Management Ambassadors

Management Ambassadors share their experiences to advise current and prospective students, and other parties.

Prabhas KC, '22, Individualized (Consumer Behavior) and Economics

Global Business Ambassadors

Peer Advisors primarily advise first year business students, and assist them in developing academic plans and engaging with the School of Business.
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Alumni Mentorship

The UConn Business Undergraduate Mentor Program pairs sophomore and junior business students with mentors in either Hartford, Stamford, Boston or New York City through a one-credit course offered each fall semester.

Business Diversity Mentor Programs

Mentors serve as liaisons to campus resources, services, organizations, events and opportunities as well as be a friend to mentees and serve as support as they began to acculturate to campus culture and community.

Other UConn Mentorship Opportunities

UConn offers many additional leadership opportunities from The Academic Achievement Center to Student Activities and more.