- Evidence of exceptional extracurricular leadership and community service. Community engagement evidenced by a pattern of strong contributions to the Rollins College of Business, UTC, or civic organizations will be highly valued, as will activities resulting in lasting impact and quantifiable results.
- Award recipients will have some of the following characteristics: strong leadership skills, self-motivating initiative, and exceptional presentation skills.
- This award is open to any business undergraduate student with at least junior status by Fall 2020 with a minimum GPA of 3.2.
There are no formal guidelines for the 4-month program that begins in late-January and runs through May. However, it is important to note that a successful mentor/mentee relationship requires commitment by both individuals. As with any relationship, the most beneficial connections are those that have been developed over time. Therefore, we recommend each student connect virtually or in person at least once a month with his/her mentor. In addition to the organized luncheon meet and greet and the community event, the mentees and mentors will likely have the opportunity to connect via phone, at community events, over coffee or lunch, or at the Chambliss office.