Sherri and Sarah

Do you know how much a Mentor actually does for the DO-IT program? Well, we asked our Mentors how and what they do for us.

First thing a Mentor is here to share their own knowledge, experiences, and also their wisdom with us. They provide us with useful contacts in academics, career, and personal areas. Their challenges are to increase their own students' curiosity, present new ideas, opportunities, and to share their own struggles. They help participants find their talents, interests, and confirm their goals. Mentors are supposed to be people who have information that you are just dying to know.

However, this is not always the case. In our opinion Mentors are helpful but some questions that we have they might not be able to answer. In fact, Scholars can someimes help Mentors!

To correspond with the DO-IT Mentors, send electronic mail to