Career Mentors Provide a Connection to Your Future

Career Mentoring Initiative
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Career Mentoring Initiative, a program offered through SPC’s Student Support Services Program, can help you find a mentor who works in your area of study, and who will take a personal interest in you and your future.

Qualifying for Career Mentoring is Simple

  • Be an active Student Support Services participant
  • Have reliable transportation
  • Have a minimum 2.5 grade point average
  • Must shadow mentor at his or her work location
  • Must commit to the program for fall and spring terms

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Who Can Volunteer as a Career Mentor?

Career mentors are local professionals who volunteer to work with one-on-one with students to help them explore career options. They provide guidance and allow career-shadowing opportunities for students. If you are interested in volunteering to be a career mentor for an SPC student, contact Denotra Showers, 727-791-2636.