Shipley Professor in Management Kathy Kram on mentoring
Professor Kram offers insight on the benefits of mentoring relationships, advice on how to get started, and tips on becoming a successful mentor.
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About the SMG mentoring program
Through the 2012-2013 SMG mentoring program, alumni are matched with students based on industry interest. Mentors and mentees are paired for the entire year, resulting in a learning experience for alumni and students alike. Alumni volunteers currently mentor undergraduate or graduate student clubs, including accounting, finance, marketing, MS·MBA, information systems, and real estate-affiliated groups, and share insights on industry and professional experience.
Applications for the mentor program are currently closed. If you’re interested in becoming a mentor in 2013-2014, please complete the alumni volunteer opportunities form and select “mentor” as your committee choice.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com or call Sarah Jarvis, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations, at 617-353-2669.