Date of Award
Dr Lorianne Mitchell
Thesis Professor Department
Management and Marketing
Mr John Whitmore, Mr Daniel Hedden
This research paper examines existing mentoring services at a regional southeastern university with major emphasis on mentoring services mainly available to underrepresented populations at the institution. The investigation aims to define the importance of and the need for such programs and the impact the absence of said programs might have on the university population with emphasis on the underrepresented. For the purpose of this research, mentoring is considered in terms of employment preparation and transition into the corporate world. Mentoring services awareness and employment preparedness from the student perspectives are surveyed.
East Tennessee State University
Honors Thesis - Open Access
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Abiwon, Titilayo O., "College level mentoring for underrepresented populations: Enhancing the transition into the corporate world" (2017). Undergraduate Honors Theses. Paper 368. http://dc.etsu.edu/honors/368
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