Desperately Seeking . . . You!
Two weeks ago, I had the distinct pleasure of meeting with 14 members of the Alumni Career Connections Committee, an outstanding and dedicated group of College alumni committed to developing and promoting career mentoring and networking among alumni and between alumni and undergraduate students.
We discussed the Career Center’s shift to a four-year developmental model of career services, with specialized programming beginning in a student’s first year (the Road Trip) and extending through to their senior year (SOS Seniors Only Series), and beyond (Drew for Life).
One of the issues discussed was the need for career mentors. Mentors assist current students and alumni by providing information, guidance, and contacts within their particular field of expertise. Currently, we have 496 Mentors registered on DREWnet, the online community administered by the Office of Alumni Relations. It is a popular