Mentorship Program


Grad school can be hard and sometimes you may need a little direction and guidance from someone who has been in your shoes. As an initiative for OHDCC members, the Mentorship Program is an opportunity for second and first-year students to partner up and build strong relationships as they progress through their graduate school experience. The second-year student (mentor) will provide on-going support to the first-year student (mentee). We will pair mentors and mentees based on interests.

Mentorship applications are closed for the 2019-2020 academic year.



All participants of this program must join OHDCC officially prior to applying for the program (i.e. you have paid $40 life-time membership dues). If you have not paid and would like to participate in the Peer Mentor Program, please see HERE for instructions to pay).



Contact the Leadership Team at for more information.