Searching for Professional Women Mentors

jcoleman at msvax.mssm.edu jcoleman at msvax.mssm.edu
Mon Oct 23 10:28:36 EST 1995


In article <DGvJvy.42G at midway.uchicago.edu>, jmalberg at ellis.uchicago.edu (jessica malberg) writes:
>In article <46cadl$n0d at morgoth.sfu.ca>, Anita Ebenezer <ebenezer at sfu.ca> wrote:
>>Dear Professional Women:
>>
>>	As a female university student, I believe that few resources 
>>exist for young women to interact with successful professional women who 
>>could be extremely valuable as both information sources and mentors as we try 
>>to find our footing in our chosen career paths.
>
>Would this be available to professors only, or would female graduate students
>also be included?  I feel, as a grad student, that access to other graduate 
>students might also be helpful (and helpful to undergrad students who may 
>have some questions about grad school that current students could answer!!)
>
>
>
>-- 
>Jessica Malberg
>Graduate Student, University of Chicago
>#1 Bad Question to ask a Grad Student:
>"How many years have you been a grad student????"
If you include female grad students, I'd like to be involved as well!
Jen Coleman
Graduate Student, Mount Sinai Medical Center



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