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Questions About the Mentor Program?
Contact:
Stacey Moulton
Associate Director, Career Education
401.865.2958
smoulton@providence.edu

PC Executive Mentor Program

The Providence College Executive Mentor Program promotes the development of a strong connection between PC students and successful business and community leaders, providing students with structured opportunities for career development and insight into executive leadership and the professional competencies necessary for success. The PC Executive Mentor program has the potential to impact how our students evaluate career opportunities and may help to link students with professional opportunities upon graduation.

On-Going Assistance

  • Provide advice and guidance to your student
  • Allow your student the chance to shadow you
  • Invite your student to attend a business meeting 

Schedule of Events

  • Welcome Reception in October (NEW this year!)
  • PC Basketball Game (meet other pairs and watch a game from the PC Suite!)
  • PC Hockey Game (pre-game reception in the Leary Suite, then watch a game)
  • Annual Dinner & Networking Reception
  • Attend Fr. Shanley's President's Council Christmas Program
  • Give back to the community by participating in FUSION

We know that by creating a personal and professional relationship, mentors and students will have a more rewarding experience. Depending on the interests and schedules of individual pairs, mentors may choose to:

  • Deliver a presentation to their student's class or club
  • Partner with other Mentors to take their students to an event and dinner
  • Ask a colleague to meet with your student when you are traveling for business
  • Connect your student to other professionals for networking opportunities
  • Run a 5k race together (sometimes a "meeting" can just be fun!)

 

 

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