Reflecting on the journey of mentoring students for the past two decades yields one librarian’s insight about mentoring for career options and mentoring for vocation. The need for guidance exists among undergraduate students. Mentoring opportunities depend on the institutional support available. While research universities may at times support some career mentoring, Christian higher education affords a venue for vocational mentoring that is enriching for both mentor and students. It is meant to assist graduating students approach life from a Christian worldview that has been thought out through theological reflection on vocation.
Robinson, Tami E.
"Choosing to Make a Difference: Reflections on Mentoring Students,"
The Christian Librarian: Vol. 54
, Article 4.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/tcl/vol54/iss1/4