Mechanical Engineering Student Ambassadors; Mentoring Program

A group of motivated mechanical engineering student leaders who are here to help you navigate through your student experience as a CSU MECH Ram.


  • Individualized tutoring for all MECH classes and any classes on the MECH curriculum guide
  • Workshops to help develop your technical skills and provide information on important topics
  • General questions about career, projects, classes, registration, professors, etc.

Meet the Mentors

Caitlin Robinson

Caitlin is currently in her third year at CSU. She chose to study mechanical engineering because of her interests in problem solving and math. Caitlin played competitive volleyball for 7 years and now spends a lot of her free time attending as many professional Colorado sports games as possible. After graduation, she hopes to pursue a career working at a biomedical or aerospace concentrated firm.

Chase Salustri

Chase is a senior in mechanical engineering. He is from the San Francisco bay area and was attracted to CSU because of how much the Rocky Mountains have to offer. He is an avid outdoors man, snowboarder, and fly fisherman. Having logged over 150 nights of camping and hundreds of miles of backpacking, Chase is always looking for the next adventure. When he is not spending time with his friends, he is tinkering with projects and trying to solve problems using engineering.

Sam White

Sam is currently in her fourth year studying mechanical engineering. In her free time, she likes to read, hike, and ski. She chose mechanical engineering because of the versatility of the degree and the variety of career options after graduation. During her time at CSU, Sam has most enjoyed the opportunities that the college has provided her. After graduation, Sam is planning to pursue a career in the automotive industry.