Corporate Mentor Program kicks off summer pilot program
The Wayne State University School of Business Corporate Mentor Program launched its summer initiative on Friday, June 19, with five pairs of mentees and mentors. The program, co-directed by Amber Conway and Emily Kravetz, seeks to match first-generation junior and senior business students one-on-one with mentors from the corporate world.
As students, the mentees gain a deeper understanding of how a business works and what it takes to succeed. Activities such as professional dress, communication and networking with their mentor will help guide the students through personal and professional goals. Mentors have the opportunity to directly impact a WSU business student over the long term, while also engaging with the School of Business community as a whole.
To view photos from the summer kick off breakfast, please click here.
The Corporate Mentor Program is currently seeking both mentees and mentors for the fall class. For more information on the Corporate Mentor Program, please click here.