New Mentorship Program Brings Together MBAs and Undergraduates
December 01, 2010
Undergraduate students in the Georgetown Aspiring Minority Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs (GAMBLE) club have launched the GAMBLE-MBA Mentorship Program to match current MBA students at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business one-on-one with GAMBLE undergraduates, providing mentoring and networking opportunities for participants.
The GAMBLE-MBA Mentorship Program will match students from both the MBA Full-Time and Evening Programs at Georgetown with undergraduates based on career goals and interests. In addition to workshops, guest speakers, and employer events, students will participate in two to three formal sessions per semester focused on career development.
Designed to enhance the professional networks of all participants, the program offers undergraduates insight into the professional working world from which Georgetown’s MBA students have emerged, while MBA students have the opportunity to enhance their leadership and mentoring skills.
The GAMBLE-MBA Mentorship Program also is sponsored by the Georgetown Black MBA Association.