Providing a competitive head start for success.
Our TCU Neeley Mentorship Program connects successful alumni mentors with sophomore business students – a critical point for students in their professional development. Our mentors serve as advisors and allies, helping students expand their professional skills, explore potential careers and gain access across industries.

Developed by students, for students

Our mentorship program is part of a professional development curriculum created and delivered by a student executive board made up of junior and senior business students who were mentees as sophomores.

Time Commitment

Our 10-week program is offered in the spring semester. We ask mentors and mentees to commit to one meeting per week. Mentees also participate in weekly learning sessions on professionalism and career exploration, including access to alumni career panels, delivered by the student executive board.

Matching Process
We aspire to connect mentors and mentees with similar career interests. Whenever possible, we will prioritize matches that allow for in-person meetings.

Photo: Bridget French

Bridget French

Senior

Major: Finance
Minor: Accounting
Specialty: Certificate in Consultative Selling
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Rindi Kessler

Senior

Major: Marketing
Specialty: Certificate in Consultative Selling
Photo: Vito Di Bernardo

Vito Di Bernardo

Junior

Major: Finance
Photo: Tanner Harrison Hall

Tanner Harrison Hall

Junior

Major: Finance
Minor: Accounting
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Kate Kelly

Junior

Major: Accounting
Minor: Spanish
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Riley Nechanicky

Junior

Major: Accounting and Finance
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Emma Showe

Junior

Major: Finance with Real Estate
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Anna Summers

Junior

Major: Marketing
Specialty: Certificate in Consultative Selling

Alumni Mentors

Applications for Spring 2022 are due November 12, 2021.
Your involvement could make a significant difference in a student’s professional journey, plus it will be an enjoyable and rewarding opportunity for you. The time commitment during the program is 1-2 hours per week and can be scheduled around your calendar. Weekly topics are provided or choose your own.

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Sophomores Seeking a Mentor

Applications for Spring 2022 are due December 1, 2021.
Don’t miss this opportunity to build a relationship with an alum who can help you progress in your professional and career development.

Application coming soon.