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Spring 2019 Student Internship Panel Discussion

Come join us at the Student Internship Panel Discussion on Thursday, February 21 from 1:30-3:30 pm in ET 235 for discussion, Q&A, and pizza! Click the image below for details.

Lead 2019 Spring Internship Panel

Program Goals and Objectives

  • Connect students to industry mentors, their peers, and their faculty through a variety of activities and events (Academic, Career Development, and Social)
  • Guide students in feeling more connected to the campus and their educational goals
  • Support students to improve their ability to articulate and formulate plans to actively pursue and achieve their academic and career goals
  • Help students to develop or refine their study skills and time management abilities
  • Help students in their transition to the college environment and navigate their programs of study
  • Make students aware of resources available to them on campus and in the community and encourage them to make use of those resources
  • Inform students of the organizations and clubs that the university has to offer, help them to get involved, or even start their own club if they feel that one is needed but not offered
  • Enhance student leadership skills
  • Monitor academic performance
  • Provide opportunities for students to build academic, social, and professional networks through seminars, events, co-curricular activities, and industry mentors
  • Foster a growth mind-set
    • We want to help students to accept that there are things they do not know and develop a toolkit of strategies and resources to help them to bridge the gap between what they do not yet know and all there is to know about themselves and their disciplines

Contact Information

Sara Thomas
LEAD Peer Mentor Program Coordinator
Student Success Center
ET 243A
260-481-6391
thomassm@ipfw.edu