NFS Mentorship Program

The NFS Mentorship Program is a mentor program that partners current NFS graduate students with new NFS graduate students. The Department of Nutrition and Food Science wants all NFS graduate students to be successful in completing their degree. Yet, completing your degree can come with its challenges, whether it be personal or academic related.

The purpose of the the NFS Mentorship Program is for current NFS graduate students (mentors) to show new NFS graduate students (mentees) the ropes of successfully navigating through the graduate level education process while at Texas Woman's University.

"Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts." ~Winston Churchill

Participation Benefits: Peace of mind you are going to be just fine pursing your NFS degree.

Participation Expectation: Mentor and mentee will meet at least once a month using desired communication platform (virtual meetings, face-to-face meetings, phone calls, Group Meet, etc.) for a period of time established by the mentor/mentee.

Read about the current NFS Mentors

If you are interested in participating, then please fill out the brief survey to be matched with a current NFS graduate student (mentor).

NFS Mentorship Program Survey

Page last updated 9:03 AM, September 7, 2021