About the MAP
The Wineman Mentoring Advantage Program
About the MAP
The Wineman
Mentoring Advantage Program

About the MAP

Established in 2018, the Wineman Mentoring Advantage Program (MAP) fosters meaningful relationships between Phi Kappa Psi alumni and current undergraduate members. The connections made through MAP help prepare students for life after college and enhances the lifelong connection that brotherhood in Phi Kappa Psi provides. It is built on the principles of Phi Kappa Psi and enhanced by mentoring best practices from colleges, universities and companies worldwide.

MISSION

To cultivate men who are self-aware, cultured, active members in their communities and looking to make a meaningful impact in all their personal and professional endeavors.

GOALS

  • Build personal relationships that provide an ongoing source of encouragement, support and information to participants
  • Provide mentees with vocational guidance and career support
  • Assist in the development of each participant’s academic, professional and personal well-being
  • Engage alumni mentors as guides to share insights into their own life and employment experiences

ALUMNI

You have the opportunity to share your professional and personal experience and expertise with current Phi Psi undergraduate brothers.

UNDERGRADUATES

You have exclusive access to a robust network of Phi Kappa Psi alumni who are eager and willing to meet you and share their wisdom and advice about life after college.

MAP FAQs

What is the Mentoring Advantage Program (MAP)?
MAP is an academic-year-long immersive program built to cultivate men who are self-aware, cultured, active members in their communities and looking to make a meaningful impact in their personal and professional endeavors. The program is designed to foster the development of personal and leadership skills within undergraduate members through a mentoring relationship.

"COVID-19 has greatly changed my college experience. It really made apparent the stresses of student loan payments and housing lease expenses despite not being able to physically live on campus anymore. On top of the financial stress, there is a constant struggle to keep up with classwork, exams and video calls, while also trying to find employment opportunities to pay for day-to-day expenses. Luckily, I had the opportunity to connect with some Phi Psi alumni at the PIVOT leadership program to help figure out some of my time management and financial issues I had been facing. It was life changing to hear from valuable alumni mentors and have an outside perspective on my situation. I'm glad to see that the alumni relationships I developed at PIVOT are continuing through the mentor program MAP."

Chad Chelo Rhode Island ’17