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Penn State W-B launches career mentor program


September 27. 2013 5:15PM


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Penn State Wilkes-Barre recently launched its Campus Career Mentor program. The program seeks to match students with professionals to encourage networking practice and professional growth. It offers a valuable opportunity for students to seek guidance from someone who is familiar with a particular field and provides a way to bridge the gap between collegiate and professional experiences with an emphasis on nurturing soft skills. Participants, from left, first row: Carmen Ambrosino; Richard Struthers; Ashish Srivastava, Mumbai, India; Donovin Lindsay, Mount Pocono; Laura Mann, Middletown, N.Y.; Ina Lubin; Amanda Yakus; Ryan McDermott, Stroudsburg; Dr. Jonathan Dougherty; and Meghan Flanagan, Wilkes-Barre. Second row: Chelsea English, Dallas; Scott Finlon; Stephen Barrouk; Edward Moffett, Bernville; Benjamin Brace, Dallas; Jeffrey Dickson; Gregory Cooper, Philadelphia; Frank Nocito; and Zachary Aciukewicz, Trucksville.




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