Georgia’s Own Credit Union is sponsoring a little guidance for MBA and Master’s students at Georgia State University.
This spring, GSU’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business recently will introduce a graduate mentoring program to help MBA and master’s students build relationships with seasoned industry professionals. The six-month program uses an algorithm that examines factors including industry, years of experience, career goals and expected outcomes to match mentors with students.
The program’s pilot phase will begin in March. Robinson is currently recruiting mentors.
“Mentors can provide support, validation and wisdom,” said Lisa Conley, associate director of graduate mentoring. “This type of personalized guidance will play a valuable role in the growth of our students.”
For more information, visit Robinson’s Graduate Mentoring Program.