Professional mentors sought for Aims studentsSubmitted on: 01-01-2007
Aims Community College’s Student Support Services program is looking for mentors to share their professional expertise with students interested in similar careers. Volunteers will meet with the student at least three times over a semester, providing them with an invaluable resource for developing into their full potential as professionals. The Student Support Services program is funded through a federal TRIO grant. The program assists students who are low-income, first generation to attend college, and/or have a documented disability. Aims is currently seeking professionals for students in Greeley in the following fields, but all applications will be accepted: Elementary Education Hotel Management/Entertainment Industry Medical Office Administration A professional mentor in Radiology is also sought for a Fort Lupton student. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer mentor for the Student Support Services program at Aims Community College, please call 339-6372.
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