Mentorships

The Department of Humanities recognizes the importance of mentorship in helping students to discern future careers and vocations. With this commitment, our faculty will help you to figure out how to translate your areas of interest into challenging and satisfying careers and post-graduate opportunities. Our faculty can also help to connect you to Humanities alumni with similar interests.   

Our Humanities faculty are a great resource in figuring out your path toward a career, further education, and other post-graduate opportunities. We get to know our students well, and we are happy to talk outside the classroom about your interests and aspirations.

We encourage you to connect with us. Here are our Humanities faculty and their special areas of interest:

We have a growing and vibrant network of Humanities alumni working in all kinds of fields, including medicine, teaching, government work, non-profit work, religious life, and graduate study.

Our faculty can put you in contact with Humanities alumni whose interests match your own. Get in touch with our Humanities faculty today to seek out one of these alumni mentorships.