Mentor Program

The information below will change as we pivot from an in-person event to virtual; please check back for updates.

Returning to ABX for a second year, the Mentor Program allows students to interact with leading Mentors from the Northeast, introducing them to ideas, disciplines and people that are outside of their normal realm. 


Want to be a Mentor?

ABX mentors are valuable resources to emerging industry professionals. As a mentor, you are expected to share your knowledge and professional experiences with your mentee, try to answer questions your mentee has about the industry and look for ways to offer career-strengthening experiences and advice for your mentee.

Benefits of being a Mentor:

  • Positively impact another person’s career and gain personal satisfaction
  • Increase your professional networks and learn from future members of your profession
  • Develop your interpersonal, leadership and management skills
  • Increase your profile and the profile of your organization
  • Give back to your industry

Want to be a Mentee?

Are you a self-motivated individual who is committed to personal and professional growth? If so, we strongly encourage you to apply to be a Mentee, where you will be matched with a seasoned professional for a day of discussion and career advice by top professionals in the Northeast.

Benefits of being a Mentee:

  • Receive insight and knowledge to help you succeed and prosper in this industry
  • Fast-track your aspirations by learning from the best in the business
  • Learn tips that will assist you in your job search  
  • Gain advice in helping you make the transition from university to the workforce
  • Build self-confidence and professional, winning behaviors

Applications for mentees and mentors will be available in June; please check back. 

For more information on joining this valuable group, email Jennifer Holden

"This profession was built on the idea of apprenticeship and therefore it's essential to provide forums where students and emerging professionals can engage with more experienced professionals to ask questions, gain insight and explore ideas."

- Jacqueline Mossman, AIA,
LEED AP, Project Architect,
Ann Beha Architects  

In addition to her design work, Jacqueline leads the Intern Development and Mentoring programs at Ann Beha Architects.  She holds both a Master Degree of Architecture and Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Northeastern University.  Jacqueline has taught design at Northeastern University and serves as a Guest Critic at Roger Williams University.


Be on the Mentor Program journey map! We are looking for exhibitors who would like to spend a few minutes with the next generation of AEC professionals who will spec your product. Interested? Contact Jennifer Holden.