BIC has multiple opportunities for alumni to reconnect with BIC students, faculty/staff, and other alumni. We would love to get you involved! Here are some of the ways you can get involved with BIC:
The BIC Mentor Program connects current BIC students and recent graduates with BIC alumni for professional mentor/mentee relationships. We welcome alumni volunteers from all ages and stages of professional and academic pursuit for both longer-term (3 month long) mentor relationships and one-time informational interview style “flash mentoring” conversations. We hope this program will help BIC students learn more about potential career/educational paths and how to attain their own specific career/educational goals, while also allowing our incredible BIC alumni an opportunity to reconnect with BIC and Baylor. This BIC Mentor Program home page also serves as a venue for BIC alumni to connect with each other, engage in discussion, and stay connected to BIC and Baylor.
The BIC hosts monthly skype conversations with Alumni from across the country for a group of 15-20 students to attend and participate. These interviews provide a great opportunity for students to get to interact with fellow BICers who are interested in their field as well as to learn from a BIC Alumni who works in that field. Emails will be sent out to students about these opportunities throughout the year.
Please consider contributing to the Baylor Interdisciplinary Core Excellence Fund. This is a great way to give back.
To get involved or find out more information about any of these opportunities, contact the BIC Assistant Director of Student & Alumni Initiatives, Adam Moore.