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Graduate Career Mentor Programs - Spring 2018

“The delicate balance of mentoring someone is not creating them in your own image, but giving them the opportunity to create themselves.” — Steven Spielberg

 

On February 12 2018, Michelle Levy, Assistant Director Graduate Business Career Services kicked off the Graduate Career Mentor Program for Spring 2018 to connect professionals with current CSULB College of Business graduate students to form a mentor-mentee relationship. There are 20 current graduate students in the Accelerated MBA and Accelerated MS Supply Chain Management program who have been assigned mentors.

The aim of the Graduate Career Mentor Program within the College of Business at CSU Long Beach is to connect professionals with current CSULB College of Business graduate students to form a mentor-mentee relationship. Student mentees will have the opportunity to form a deep, one-on-one relationship with an accomplished professional while vastly expanding their professional network. Career mentors can provide industry- or function-specific guidance on virtually any career-related inquiry. 

If you are interested in becoming a mentor next year for a CSULB College of Business graduate student click on the application below:

www.bit.ly/gradcareermentor18-19  

For questions regarding the Graduate Career Mentor Program please contact Michelle Levy, Assistant Director Graduate Business Career Services at michelle.levy@csulb.edu.

Photos:  Johnny Acierto