Category Archives: College and Career Planning

Mentoring, networking recommended as way to better job

My oldest son, Kyle, is learning the value of networking. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree two years ago and has struggled since then to find a “real” job. His world is beginning to change, however. After serving on a … Continue reading

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Humans need the ice bucket challenge and other thoughts about mentoring

When I started this program in 1995, I planned to get it going, staffed and launched, and then continue my engineering work at Hewlett-Packard. Twenty years later, here I am with more passion for the program and its benefits than … Continue reading

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Picture-perfect college and career planning

At the end of each school term, projects supported by the International Telementor Program come to a close and students present what they learn to an authentic audience, including professionals, teachers and their peers. One Parkway High School student in … Continue reading

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