Who is OME

There are certain things that are appropriate and other things that are not appropriate to do or say in the workplace.  It is important that you know the difference if you want to be successful in your field of interest.  In this workshop, you will learn the difference from experts. Representatives from Draper, Raytheon and INROADS will facilitate the workshop.

First 10 students who RSVP and participate will get techcash cards!

FOOD WILL BE SERVED!

REAPPLICATIONS ONLY

IACME partners who participated in the program as mentors in 2017-2018 and would like to continue in the E-Mentor Advocate Partnership (EMAP) program in 2018-2019, please reapply below.

RETURNING Mentors re-application process requires:

Applicant Information

Mentoring

Please rate the value of each of the following from 1 (most interested) to 9 (least interested).

I want to match with a protégé who is interested in:

Communication

Please rank the method in which you prefer to communicate, 1 being most preferred and 3 being least preferred:

Please enter your first and last name, Kerberos ID and state your affiliation with MIT (student, staff or faculty).

 

Roseannie Langomas' 15

MIT- Public Service

Her Nominator Writes:

MAP E-Mentoring application for Fall 2014 is open!

Application closes April 15, 2014 for proteges.

Application closes May 30, 2014 for mentors.

 

 

Juniors or seniors who would like to apply  for the MAP E-Mentoring Initiative click here

Social networking is now an everyday part of most of our lives. The question we face is how should we best use social media tools to complement our professional relationships, not undermine them?  This workshop shows students how to do this.

FOOD WILL BE PROVIDED!

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