The Fisheries and Wildlife Undergraduate Mentorship Program was established to facilitate and support scientific and professional training for undergraduate students at Oregon State University whose interests fall within the fields of fisheries, wildlife, and ecology. This is primarily achieved through a mentor-mentee pairing process, which works to connect undergraduate students seeking research experiences and professional training with graduate students and Postdocs capable of providing such professional development opportunities. The program is open to all OSU students with interests in fisheries, wildlife, ecology, conservation, natural resources, etc., including non-FW majors, Postbac, and Ecampus students. To date, the program has successfully paired over 100 undergraduates with 35 graduate students and Postdocs in mentorships spanning one to six terms. We accept applications year-round until available opportunities are filled. The majority of new research opportunities become available in early fall term for fall/winter mentorships and late winter term for spring/summer mentorships.