Mentoring Millennials: Evolving Practices for Guiding a New Generation of Women Engineers to Career

October 25, 2011
12:00 pm


Mentoring Millennials:  Evolving practices for guiding a new generation of women engineers to career success. Millennial students differ from their predecessors in important ways that can assist us in recruiting and retaining more women in engineering. For example, millennial students, male and female, are genuinely interested in making a difference in the world. Using initiatives such as the NAE's Grand Challenges for Engineering, we can clearly link engineering with that desire to make a difference.



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David Porush
President and CEO of MentorNet

David Porush is President and CEO of MentorNet, a non-profit devoted to matching engineering and science students with mentors in the professions, with a special focus on leveling the playing field for women and minorities in STEM disciplines.

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