The purpose for the University of Oregon Alumni Association Duck to Duck mentor program is to help transition students into the community and to get a chance to ask alumni what to expect after graduation and ways to prepare for life outside of school.
Please choose the section below that best describes you and begin your Duck mentoring journey!
As an SAA member, you have the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of getting in touch with UO alumni for mentoring and networking benefits. Please click here to fill out a mentee form, and we will get you in contact with an alumnus that matches your interests.
Please allow 48 hours for us to get you connected with the best possible alumni mentor. We will then send the mentor information to you and it will be up to you to contact the mentor. Please note that their schedules are busy and it may take a few days for them to respond to your e-mail. If you have not heard from them within 2 weeks of your submission, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a UO alumnus, you have benefited from an exceptional UO education and the knowledge you learned here has hopefully helped you get to where you are today. We are hoping to give our current Ducks an even more robust opportunity, by giving them the ability to speak with successful Duck alumni for mentoring and networking resources.
If you would like a mentor/mentee relationship with a current UO student and be available to answer questions related to majors, leadership opportunities, athletics, volunteerism, and post-graduation opportunities, please become a Duck to Duck mentor by setting up your mentor profile. To access your profile you must be a registered member of the online community, click here to login. If you are already logged into the community, you can access the mentor profile form here, which is managed by the UO Alumni Association.
If you are a career professional and would like to provide informational interviews to current students, recent graduates and alumni in transition, please join the Professional Network managed by the UO Career Center.