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Engineering What are engineering mentorship programs

  1. Nov 9, 2009 #1
    And where can a student look for one of these programs?
    Would this kind of thing apply to a student at a JC, or would it be more for a University level student?
     
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  3. Nov 10, 2009 #2

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    A program setup to help mentor engineering students.

    An Engineering Mentor typically would be an industry professional, who is associate with a professional association that has ties to a university's student organization which has a program for mentoring students. Mentoring could entail provide career path guidance, professional association guidance, etc...

    Check with your university to see if they have any such programs. Additionally, check with some professional associations (e.g. ASME, IEEE) for more information.

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