UBC Hub of Ten Thousand Coffees
The UBC Hub of Ten Thousand Coffees is a platform available to all students in addition to Faculty-based mentoring programs.
Once you sign up to the platform, matches are made each month automatically and optimized to your preferences. Introductions are guided with suggested talking points. You can meet your match in-person, online, or speak to them on the phone. You will get feedback for things you did well on and things you can improve on after each meeting.
How to sign up
- Create a free profile on The UBC Hub.
- Select your area of study or industry, interests, and goals.
- Receive a match to someone relevant to your profile.
- Browse thousands of member profiles and connect directly through the message feature.
Mentors related to your faculty or program
To join a Faculty Mentorship Program, review the list of faculty and department programs, visit the website, and email the coordinator for more information.
Computer Science Tri-Mentoring Program
Computer Science undergraduates and graduates are connected to technology professionals who have a degree in Computer Science or a related field.
For more information, contact Michele Ng at email@example.com.
Engineering Mentoring Program
Engineering undergraduates and graduates are connected to industry and academic engineers.
For more information, see Engineering Mentoring Programs.
Film Mentoring Program
Film production undergraduates are connected to UBC Film Production alumni working in the industry.
For more information, contact Sarah Crauder at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Forestry Tri-Mentoring Program
Forestry undergraduates are connected to UBC Forestry alumni, industry professionals, and researchers.
For more information, see Forestry Tri-Mentoring Program.
Kinesiology Mentoring Program
Kinesiology students are connected to Kinesiology, Human Kinetics, Recreation & Physical Education alumni.
For more information, see Kinesiology Mentorship Program.
Land and Food Systems Tri-Mentoring Program
Land and Food Systems (LFS) students in second-year and above, including graduate students, are connected to professionals in fields related to LFS.
For more information, see LFS Tri-Mentoring Program.
Science Mentoring Programs
Science undergraduates are connected to UBC alumni, graduate students, faculty members, and other industry professionals.
For more information, explore mentorship programs.
The School of Community and Regional Planning’s MCRP Mentoring Program
Masters of Community and Regional Planning (MCRP) students are connected to professionals in fields related to planning.
For more information, see MCRP Mentoring Program.