Mentorship Program

ASID WI Mentorship Program Applications are due December 30th!

Introducing the ASID WI Mentorship Program. This major initiative for our chapter is designed to benefit interior design professionals and students by creating mutually beneficial relationships that will contribute to and strengthen our industry.

Please support this program with your participation! This is a one-year commitment and only a limited number of individuals will be selected to participate. All ASID Members and ASID Student Members (who will be of a Junior or Senior level during the entire duration of the one-year commitment) are encouraged to apply!

Start by downloading an application using the links below. Questions and completed applications should be directed to the Student Affairs Committee Chair, Gricelda Covarrubias, Allied ASID at

Applications are due December 30th. Contact Gricelda if you wish to mail in your application.

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The mission of the ASID Wisconsin Mentorship Program is to empower ASID Student Members enrolled in an interior design program by establishing a professional relationship with an experienced ASID Member design professional that will enhance their professional and personal growth enabling them to maximize skills, make positive career choices, and achieve their career goals. The act of mentoring builds relationships, strengthens our industry and ensures its future.

With this vision in mind, the ASID Wisconsin Mentorship  Program envisions a group of goal oriented interior design students receiving support and guidance from skilled and knowledgeable industry professionals in a nurturing one-on-one relationship. This invaluable experience will allow students to further develop professional skills and obtain guidance towards making responsible decisions in their career as interior designers.

Goals and Objectives:

  • To build and maintain a well-structured mentorship program that will benefit the mentors and mentees in their career development
  • To establish a partnership between an experienced interior design industry professional and emerging professional creating a lasting career network
  • To enrich students’ personal and professional lives by providing a collaborative support system and learning experience outside the classroom 
  • To engage students and professionals to be active participants of ASID and experience the value of the Mentorship Program.