FSPH Mentorship program provides an opportunity for students to not only gain meaningful relationships, but also develop professional networks and lay the foundation for their future public health career. As such, alumni and students are expected to act professionally throughout the entirety of the program. Mentors and mentees will be asked in the application to agree to engage with participants according to the True Bruin Values and Principles of Community.
True Bruin Values
Respect: I will respect the rights & dignity of others.
Accountability: I will be accountable as an individual & member of this community for my ethical conduct.
Integrity: I will conduct myself with integrity in my dealings with & on behalf of the University.
Service: I will make an impact in our global community through public service.
Violation of the above requirements may result in removal from the program or other actions.