Spertus College offers a Master of Arts in Jewish Professional Studies which includes a mentoring component in its program. Throughout his/her studies, each student in this program is given a personal mentor. The mentor meets with the student on a regular basis (every 2 to 3 weeks). The nature of the role served by the mentor will vary from student to student. Some students may choose a reflective practitioner from their field with whom they will regularly discuss the applicability of course materials to practical work. Others may choose to create a more formalized independent study framework with their mentor, based on readings and writing. Still others may choose a mentor with whom they work on a specific profession-based issue over a sustained period of time. Finally, some students may choose a mentor who serves as a personal coach. The program advisor will work with each student in identifying an appropriate mentor and crafting the nature of the work the mentor will do with the student.
For more details about this program see this website: http://www.spertus.edu/degreeprograms/jewishstudies/majps_info/majps_individuation.php