Plotting Your Path: Finding a Mentor Who’s a Good Fit for YOU (recorded: 2/23/2022)
This session provided information on how to identify and determine who would be a good mentor for you.
With direction and advice from the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee, the Center for Career Development created the Black Students Affinity Community. This community’s goal is to provide resources to support students who self-identify within the African Diaspora heritage and culture.
Black students and alumni encounter unique challenges throughout the career development and job search processes and in the workplace. As a follower of the Black Students affinity community, you will get timely alerts on relevant resources, news and advice, and events. The Career Center is committed to advocating and supporting Black students and alumni as they navigate the intersection of career and identity.
Use this page to:
- Explore career and identity resources to help you navigate obstacles that may arise along your journey
- Identify student and professional organizations that align with your professional goals
- Discover the numerous professional development opportunities by exploring events, jobs, internships, and mentorship
- Read real student and alumni success stories to see examples of how fellow Huskies navigated their career journey
If you have questions or seek advice, please click here to schedule an appointment with a Career Coach.
Some employers may offer diverse candidate recruitment programs to address historical gaps in the workforce, and students are encouraged to research those programs to learn more.