Advanced Annual Mentorship: Enroll
**NEW** Summer Mentorship: Enroll
Everyone needs some direction in their career. By becoming a mentor, you can contribute to a strong and charitable meteorological community while also growing and diversifying your network.
If you have mentored with us previously, you do not have to fill out an application. Please email us to confirm your interest in the program.
Advanced Annual Mentorship
Mentors: Minimum of two years of experience working in private industry.
Have questions? Email us!
"I applied to the program because I wanted a different perspective in the meteorology field. At the time, I was preparing to graduate from college and I couldn't solidify the area I wanted to work in. My interests are so versatile, I could go anywhere. I hoped to communicate with a professional, to receive advice with the transition between college and the workforce, and to determine the best style for my resume so I can sell myself to a potential job. My mentor has been great thus far, satisfying the expectations I had."
“I applied to this mentor program to expedite my job search and grow my network in energy meteorology. As I have gone through the program my mentor and I have made progress with not only our professional relationship but also personal. He has given me contacts to follow on social media, sent me prospective jobs, and given advice on resumes and interviews. This program has been everything I have wanted it to be so far.”
“I decided to apply for this mentorship as I did not have any previous experience in the private sector of meteorology. It has been very important for me to explore careers in this field while in my undergraduate career, and the private sector was one I was left with limited knowledge about coming into my senior year. Through this mentorship, I was expecting to learn more about different positions within private sector meteorology such as forensics, consulting, etc., and can happily say that I have thoroughly been introduced to these positions and much more.”
My mentor gave me a new perspective on the field of meteorology and helped me see different possible career options for when I graduate. This was a wonderful opportunity to develop knowledge and skills that will benefit any direction I take with my career. Although we don’t communicate as much as we used to, she remains vested in my personal and professional growth and success!
– Kathleen Dougherty, University of Oklahoma
My experience with my mentor has been so rewarding to me in so many ways. Not only with her guidance in schooling and professional work, she has also been a great friend to me. She has been influential in critical decision making in my career in the atmospheric sciences and has introduced me to a new world of networking. My career experience wouldn’t be the same without her.
– Karretta Venable, Columbus State University