The National Alumni Association,
Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) and the Office of Alumni Affairs are
excited to invite you to be a mentor for the Bridging the Gap (BTG)
ABOUT THE MENTORING PROGRAMBTG assists third-year students
by matching them one-on-one with alumni mentors who provide general advice on
the post-graduation landscape covering everything from job search and
interviewing tips to Bar exam prep, making introductions for graduates moving
to a new location for work, and general advice for new attorneys
Once matched, mentors and students are free to communicate informally via
e-mail, telephone, and/or in person. Some mentors and students
communicate exclusively by e-mail or phone; others meet at offices, grab
coffee, attend court proceedings, and even attend networking and social events
We are seeking Alumni from all
geographic regions and practice areas (including non-legal practice) to
participate in this program. As a mentor, you are not only able to
provide advice about the post law school experience, but your involvement
demonstrates the strong network of Albany Law School alumni.
We ask that mentors make a
yearlong commitment to the program.
HOW TO SIGN UP
We hope that you will consider
being a part of this worthwhile and rewarding program. If you are interested in
mentoring, simply complete the form online: on the Career Center’s Professional Network by logging into your Career Services Manager (CSM) account
Sign up takes 5 minutes. If
you do not have a CSM account, please click here and complete
registration form. You will receive a username and password to your CSM
account, and you can then login and select the “PROFESSIONAL NETWORK” link to
complete your information.
If you have any issues
registering on the CSM Professional Network, please contact Emily Harrison,
Assistant Director for Student & Recent Graduate Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org or (518) 472-5874.
The Professional Network, an
Albany Law online community, allows students to
connect with Alumni mentors who share professional interests and goals. We’ll
be using this platform to recruit interested mentors. The Professional Network
is a new platform that will allow alumni to sign up ONCE for all mentoring
For questions about the program, please contact the Office of Alumni Affairs at 518-445-3220 or email@example.com.
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