Welcome Student Mentee! The Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics believes you will benefit greatly from the professional rapport you and your mentor develop over the two-year Financial Partners Program.
Junior, Year 1 – First Mentor Assigned
Senior, Year 2 – Second Mentor Assigned
Students are encouraged to be prepared with meaningful questions and be ‘prepped and polished’ to attend business meetings and meals.
After meetings, the student mentee is responsible for documenting the meetings and reflecting on what was discussed.
Once selected to be in the Financial Partners Program, students sign a contract agreeing to the responsibilities associated with participating in the program.
The Peter T. Paul College Financial Policy Center directors, Mihail Miletkov and Wenjuan Xie as well as the Finance and Accounting Department Chair, Steve Ciccone will oversee student involvement and activity.
Meetings & Documentation
Meetings may take place at a restaurant, office or via Skype. You should have at least two scheduled meetings a year with your mentor. Document your meeting with the mentors using the Financial Partners Program Mentor Meeting form.
Reimbursement Procedure - If you incur meal or travel expenses when meeting with your mentor, fill out the Personal Reimbursement Form and include an original, legible receipt. When completed, submit these two items to the ACFI Administrative Assistant in Paul College, Room 240. Be sure to maintain a copy of your receipts for your own records as well.
Dates & Links
- May 6, 2020 - Mandatory Student Mentee Training and Professional Headshots in G59 at 12:30-2:00 PM
- TBD - Financial Symposium
- UNH Academic Calendar
For any questions or help, please contact the program’s student liaison, Megan Turnbull.