Mentoring to Advance Professional Development (MAPD) is a program focused on supporting
juniors and seniors within The College of Business and Economics. Supported by the
National Mentor Resource Center, MAPD combines evidence-based practices for mentorship
programming so students can get #ALLMAPDOUT.
About the Program
MAPD emphasizes career readiness by providing guided activities such as resume and
LinkedIn development, networking and interview skills, as well as building professionalism.
Business professionals working across industries and corporate sectors are paired
with students in a 1:1 mentor relationship for a full academic year from September
to May. The program content is addressed throughout the academic year in mentoring
sessions and occasional group activities.
80% of participants became more confident in their ability to build relationships
with their network. 2021-22 MAPD program dataSource)
Combine networking and mentorship with business professionals for maximum impact.
Get #ALLMAPDOUT by focusing on elements such as resume and LinkedIn development, successful
interviewing skills, and career planning.
Navigate job search components, professionalism, and evaluate career and life goals
critical to success in business.
For more information, contact:
Lauren Tigue Meredith Professional Development Partner Student Academic and Career Services 410-704-3562 ltigue AT_TOWSON