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Presented By: LSA Opportunity Hub

LSA Mentorship Panel and Alum Meet & Greet (Open to All LSA Students)

Join your student peers and alums from an active LSA community for an afternoon of connections where you’ll explore the impact 1:1 mentoring can have on your own undergraduate journey and career development. Learn about mentoring through first-hand experiences from students who just completed the year-long LSA Mentorship Program (more info on that below). You can mix and mingle with alum mentors from a range of majors and industries and get a taste of the kind of career advice you can receive over the course of next year. With the school year almost over, take advantage of this on-campus event to connect with LSA alums and fellow students in a low-stakes environment where you can ask any questions, practice connecting with professions, and find your people within LSA.

About the Alums:

Judy Kehler - General Studies to City Government to Consulting

Jenna Golden - Poli Sci to Twitter to Consulting

Nikil Ramanathan - Econ to Senior Product Manager

Mark Gerstein - From Poli Sci to Partner

Jenise Williams - From Psychology to K-12 Education

Jamie West - From Creative Writing to Computer Science

Leslie Mitchel Bond - From Psychology & Poli Sci to Healthcare

Eileen Enright - From Poli Sci, Spanish & International Studies to Nonprofits

About the LSA Mentorship Program:

The LSA Mentorship Program matches current LSA undergrads with LSA alums in 1-1 mentoring relationships that carry on throughout the academic year. During the year-long program, students will learn directly from their alum match through regular guided meetings and also through exclusive events for students to practice networking with the alum mentors, whose identities span majors, industries, identities, and experiences.

You should attend this session if you are:

An LSA student interested in connecting with LSA alums and peers

Curious about the LSA Mentorship Program, and how you can be a part of it next year

Looking for ways to build and your own U-M network

What you’ll gain by attending:

An opportunity to be in community with LSA students and alums

The chance to learn about the LSA Mentorship Program and how to apply

Practice connecting with LSA alums in a low-stakes environment

The Opportunity Hub aims to deliver inclusive and accessible experiences and welcomes all LSA students to participate. This event is in the LSA building is a wheelchair accessible building which includes wheelchair-accessible restrooms, a gender-inclusive and accessible restroom, places to sit or stand during the event, and accessible parking options nearby on State Street. To request other accommodations please contact LSA Hub Events at or 734-763-4674 so we can make arrangements.

RSVP now to be part of the celebration!

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