Conflux Mentor Programme

Become a mentor for a STEM student

Help the next generation of DTU students prepare for their career!

The student organisation Conflux facilitates a non-profit mentoring programme supported by DTU where students are matched with professionals from the industry.

Last November, Conflux launched the third rund of their mentorship programme for students within the STEM field. They had around 190 matches and the support from DTU alumni was amazing.

Now they are preparing for another round that launches in October 2022 and are looking for new mentors from all technical fields. We would therefore like to encourage you to apply!

Alumni from all age groups are welcome to apply for the programme, especially those with only a few years of professional experience.

More about the programme

The mentoring programme lasts five months from late October 2022 to April 2023.

There will be around 3-6 meetings during this period between you and your mentee. The exact schedule for those meetings will be up to you and your mentee to decide as we only set the frame for the mentor/mentee relationship.

The programme also offer three events:

  • Kick-off event: The frames for your relationship will be set, and you and your mentee will meet each other for the first time.
  • Mid-event: Sparring between the mentors concerning the programme and relevant talks.
  • Farewell event: Ending of the mentor/mentee relationship, evaluation of the programme.

The mentoring role is unpaid; however, you gain a lot from it:

  • The possibility of getting to know one of the brightest students in your field.
  • New insights, both professionally and personally, from a new perspective.
  • Strengthen your competencies in leading and motivating others.
  • A broader network with potential future colleagues from the professional world.
  • Supporting corporate social responsibility.

Please note that the mentorship programme runs fully in English (but of course the language between matches is up the to themselves).

The mentoring programme is a unique opportunity to help STEM students and we hope that you would like to be part of it:

Sign up as a mentor here

The Conflux Team will then get back to you as soon as possible.


If you have any further questions about the programme, you are welcome to contact Natasha Graae Norsker at