If you are currently employed and interested in mentoring a CBPM student, please contact Paul Boychuk, Assistant Director of CBPM Career Services, at (909) 448-4729. Becoming a mentor is a terrific way to advise and assist the next generation of leaders in your field.
Our goal is to provide every CBPM student with a mentor in their chosen field.
Mentors typically meet with students for two hours a month. Meetings can be in-person, by phone, or by video conference. We hope that during this relationship you would guide your mentee regarding their career choice, provide networking opportunities, and help them learn how successful organizations function.
In addition to helping the next generation, mentoring is a great way to connect with potential future employees.