SEAHAWK MENTORING PROGRAMS
Your Opportunity to Soar to New Heights!
Los Angeles Harbor College is expanding its efforts to ensure that local students have career and life opportunities. Our goal is to ensure that they have the skills they need to thrive, to get ahead, to be as great as they can be.
Exposing students to professions early, in practical, pragmatic, and hands-on environments is just another part of our comprehensive approach to career and technical education.
DID YOU KNOW?
60% of students are not Career Ready. We are changing that.
Students need exposure to field-trips, seminars, career days, one-on-one relationship, and hands-on visits across diverse industries and public sector. This early exposure is crucial to making their future college-to-career choices.
Our Seahawk Mentoring Program helps college students make informed decisions about their career aspirations, discovered or soon to be discovered - from workplace tours, to professional mock interviews, to professional mentored discussions.
Student leadership is encouraged to draw from their college-to-career experiences, and put into practice new skills – from speaking at local high schools, to peer-to-peer mentoring relationships, to volunteering at on-campus career and industry spotlight events
EMPLOYER/PROFESSIONAL: Request to be matched or become a workplace tour host contact firstname.lastname@example.org
LAHC STUDENT: Request to be matched contact email@example.com
ASSOCIATED STUDENT ORGANIZATION (ASO) / CLUB: Request to be matched with professional contact firstname.lastname@example.org
All students have an opportunity to be mentored by professionals in their field of study provided they have prepared themselves to receive mentoring, and commit to serving as a mentor if asked.
The mentorship relationship is unique for each combination of individuals; however the following components are required:
In addition to required activities, other optional activities include, but not limited to the following:
For more information, contact: Michael Caress, Faculty Liaison, Economic and Workforce Development, email@example.com.
Mentoring Program: Question to Consider