Career Link Mentoring Program
The emphasis on mentees with science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)
majors and veteran status supports employer demands for job candidates with
these skills and backgrounds and aids in the successful transition of former
members of the military into civilian careers.
Mentors are recruited from
USBLN® member companies while
mentees are primarily sourced through the
Recruitment Program's (WRP) database of 1,400 pre-screened students and
recent graduates from over 200 colleges and universities.
The Career Link Mentoring Program is supported in part through 2013-2014
grant funding from the Mitsubishi
Electric America Foundation (MEAF) and 2014 grant funding from the
MEAF supports national grant programs and employee volunteer programs across
the United States to make "Changes for the Better" for youth with disabilities.
The Walmart Foundation meets the needs of the underserved by directing charitable
giving toward the following core areas of focus: Hunger Relief & Healthy
Eating, Sustainability, Women's Economic Empowerment and Career Opportunity.
College students and recent graduates with disabilities interested in
participating in the 2016 Career Link Mentoring Program can apply at
Applications are due on January 29, 2016.
Download the Career Link Mentoring Program Overview for Mentees for more
information about the program. -
To learn more from Career Link alumni mentees regarding the advantages of
participating in the program and attending the USBLN Annual Conference, one
of many program benefits, please view the following videos provided on the
YouTube links below:
For more information about the Career Link Mentoring Program contact Mylene
Padolina at email@example.com.
Career Link Mentoring Program Overview -
Career Link Mentoring Program Champion -
Thanks to our program funders:
Thanks to our program collaborators:
Thanks to the following companies for providing 2014 volunteer mentors:
Thanks to previous program participants:
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