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Mentoring Opportunities at Creighton Prep

career Mentoring opportunities

Alumni play a number of key roles in our mission to form men of faith, scholarship, leadership and service in the Catholic and Jesuit tradition. Through their service, they become examples of Men for Others to Prep students as they provide them with opportunities to understand the work environment of today and where their career interests and skill set might take them after high school and college.

Below are some of the ways that alumni can serve as mentors to Prep students.

Career Day Speaker

Members of the Advancement and Counseling teams jointly sponsor Career Day for Sophomores each year, and alumni speakers are needed from a variety of careers, professions, and trades to engage in discussions with students who have expressed interest in those areas.

Job Shadowing

Do you have a workplace or job that you think students would be interested in exploring? Consider hosting one or more Prep students at your place of employment so they can learn more.

Internship Opportunities

If your organization has an internship program, this would provide an opportunity for students to discover career paths or confirm the one they plan to take. It would also allow them to gain valuable experience that could be helpful on college applications and their resume.

Summer Field Trip Host for Loyola Scholars

Each summer, Prep has classes for promising 6th, 7th and 8th grade students in the Loyola Scholars program. On Friday afternoons in June, they go on field trips to workplaces where alumni host them for discussions on what it's like to work there.

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