No Mentor Available? Mentor Yourself!

No Mentor Available? Mentor Yourself!

Professional Growth Channel

A good mentor can benefit your professional success, but a mentor is by no means necessary! Join Dr. Saundra McGuire as she shares the keys to self-mentoring and how to create your own road to success. Come and see how you may already have all the tools and resources that you need to set your own course.

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What You Will Learn

  • What self-mentoring entails
  • Why self-mentoring is crucial for professional success
  • Requirements for effective self-mentoring
  • Strategies and resources for self-mentoring
  • And much more…

 

Webinar Details

Date: Thursday, November 14, 2013

Time: 2:00-3:00 pm ET

Fee: Free

 

Meet Your Experts

Dr. Saundra Yancy McGuire is the Director Emerita of the Center for Academic Success and Retired Professor of Chemistry at Louisiana State University   She received her B.S. degree from Southern University, Baton Rouge, LA; her Master’s degree from Cornell University and her Ph.D. from the University of Tennessee.  She was awarded the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring in 2007.

 

 

Dr. David Harwell is the Assistant Director for Career Management and Development at ACS. In his job, he works with chemical professionals throughout their careers. He is a chemist by training and a career counselor by profession. Before joining the staff of ACS Dave was a faculty member at the University of Hawaii focusing on silicon nanoparticles and supramolecular structures.

 

 

The Fine Print

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