Freeman Fellows, a first-year mentoring program
Freeman Fellows is the first-year mentoring program for students entering the Freeman College of Management. In the summer before you arrive at Bucknell, you will be paired with a junior or senior student mentor who will help answer questions as you navigate your first year of college. In the fall semester you will meet in small groups in your Management 100 class, where Freeman Fellows will serve as teaching assistants. In this informative first-semester course, you will explore all areas of management offered at Bucknell as you meet weekly with your mentor, build connections with your classmates, and learn about resources and programs, including study-abroad opportunities like our management abroad program in Dublin. Throughout your entire first year, your student mentor will be there to answer questions and help you connect with internship and career resources, clubs and societies, opportunities to connect with our accomplished alumni, and more.
For questions about the program, or to apply to serve as a mentor for first-year students, please contact:
Ivy Kepner, Associate Dean, Freeman College of Management
Freeman Fellows for ’21 – ’22
The Freeman Office of Student Services was very gratified by how many students responded to the invitation to apply to be a Freeman Fellow for the Academic Year of 2021-2022. It is a testament to our namesake, Ken Freeman, that so many rising juniors and seniors want to give back to our community of Freeman students by serving in this important mentorship role, and we salute all of them. We sincerely hope that those who can reapply next year do so.
With that in mind, we are pleased and proud to announce the Freeman Fellows for the upcoming year:
Luke Grover, Lead
Brett Zatlin, Lead
Freeman Fellows for ’20 – ’21
Connery Mayer, Lead
Meaghan Shewbrooks, Lead