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Career Mentorship Program celebrates students and mentors

Update | Tuesday, May 19, 2020

The Career Mentorship Program pairs students with professionals in their career field of interest for an entire school year. Career Services oversees the program. For 2019-2020, 34 students finished the program and earned completion certificates.

During an academic year, students were expected to meet with their mentor at least four times. They also had to complete activities related to the National Association for Colleges and Employers (NACE) Career Competencies.  Of the 34 students finishing the program, 25 earned specialty certificates showcasing proficiency in the Professionalism, Communication, Leadership, and Career Management due to the number of career-related activities they completed throughout the year.

Career Services wants to acknowledge Columbus State faculty and staff, as well as the community partners who served as mentors this year by dedicating their time to help students grow professionally as they plan their careers.

If you are interested in career mentoring, read more about the program and sign up at this link. If you have questions, contact Taylor Slocum, Career Services counselor.

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