​Alumni Mentoring Testimonials from Student Mentees​

“I have been in the Ag Alu​​mni Mentoring Program for three years and have enjoyed every minute of it! I have gotten to network, ask questions, and converse with representatives from many different aspects of my career. It is such a fantastic opportunity to ask alumni advice, opinions, and suggestions on your future endeavors. This program is great and I highly recommended it to anyone!”
--Julie Knapke​

"The Alumni Mentoring Program gave me an amazing opportunity to build a network of professional relationships. I was able to not only meet with my mentor, but I also learned more about the company she worked for and built a connection with them. It was a positive and encouraging experience for me as I was seeking my first internship."
--Ethan McNeely

​ "The Ag Alumni Mentoring Program has been an exceptional professional development experience for me during my time at Purdue. I have been able to make professional connections within the agricultural industry that will last beyond my years at Purdue, and at the same time, I have been able to experience personal growth. The genuine advice that I have been given throughout my time in the Ag Alumni Mentoring Program is something that I will continue to appreciate for years to come."
--Cameron Mann​

"In my last three semesters of taking part in the Purdue Ag Alumni Mentoring Program, I have been able to come in contact with Purdue Alumni who are not only very successful but also have a lot to offer for undergrads like myself. The networking opportunities with this program are phenomenal, but it has also provided me with a medium for developing lifelong relationships with fellow Boilermakers who I may have never met otherwise.”
                      --Merle Mullet

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