The Career Mentor/Student Lunch on March 23 brought 16 mentors and 24 students together for an afternoon of networking and leadership development. Helene Klein, co-director of the Honors Program, led leadership challenges that developed communication, leadership, and strategic skills.
“The Career Mentor Program provides opportunities for students to interact with and develop relationships with alumni,” said Nancy Woehrle, assistant director of alumni relations, “and alumni enjoy the interaction, not only with the current students but with other alumni as well.”
Trustee Lyanne Lindo Wassermann ’61, a supporter of the Career Mentor Program, would like to invite all alumni career mentors and those interested in becoming career mentors to a reception on June 5. The reception will mark another successful year of the program, thank alumni for their involvement with students, and provide more information about the program for alumni who are interested in becoming a mentor in the 2014-2015 academic year. The reception will be held in the Commons on the second floor from 6 to 8 p.m. Register online.
Find out more information about the Career Mentoring Program.