The Career Pathways & Mentorship Program (formerly the Women at Work Program) is designed to help students explore professional skills, post-graduation opportunities, and potential careers through an interdisciplinary and holistic approach, and to offer mentorship opportunities with alumni and other community supporters to build lasting, meaningful relationships. Our programming seeks to empower Stanford students to broaden their definition of success and increase awareness of a wide range of career options and fields, and cultivate supportive mentoring relationships along the way.
In the 2018-19 year, we are hosting a series of mentorship dinners focused around different professional pursuits. Through these dinners, we hope to establish personal connections between students and those who could potentially advise them, or offer them guidance, as they begin to navigate job markets, employment opportunities, and diverse fields. By tailoring these dinners to specific interests, we hope to foster more productive and mutually-beneficial relationships centered around these similarities. This year we will be putting on four of these dinners: Writing as a Career, Working in the Environment, Social Justice and Governmental Work, and Arts as a Career.
To learn more, contact our 2018-2019 Career Pathways & Mentorship Coordinator, Claire Dauge-Roth at email@example.com.
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