Thursday, January 20, 2022
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Now more than ever, mentorship can yield valuable relationships for those at any stage of their career.
For students and recent grads, mentors can provide valuable insights, connections, and support gained from experience. For seasoned professionals, mentorship relationships often spark new-found inquiries and discovery, curiosity, fresh ideas and insights on emerging perspectives starting on their career path and experienced professionals alike.
Join Trent Alum Kamryn Marsh '08, Dane Bland '11, and Rhode Thomas '16 for a thoughtful discussion on using mentorship as a tool for building inclusive communities, navigating through barriers and fostering development.
This event also celebrates and concludes with the presentation of the Paul Delaney Award for Outstanding Young Philanthropist to the 2021 recipient, Dane Bland.
Please register for this event.
Danielle Britton, Alumni Engagement & Services Coordinator