Introducing A Mentoring Program At Rutgers For College Graduates Joining The Workforce

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Re: Introducing a mentoring program at Rutgers for college graduates joining the workforce Dear Dr. Siederer, Rutgers University offers a number of career services to assist students who are beginning their next steps after graduation including career fairs and a new career development model which focuses mainly on career interests. Nonetheless, we still notice a struggle during the students’ senior year of school concerning the job search process. A major turning point in students’ lives involves the career choice that they make before graduating college (Nagai & Nehls 2014). As the president of alumni relations, I believe that such matter is of concern to you. I know that the Rutgers University Alumni Association (RUAA) helps form a lasting bond to Rutgers University and its alumni around the world to provide a resource for their further “intellectual, personal and social development and advance the reputation, educational goals, programs and influence of Rutgers University” (Rutgers University). I trust that your committee is considered a perfect fit for the situation I am looking to resolve and serves opportunity to assist our fellow Rutgers seniors. Further, your organization serves more than 470,000 alumni from all university locations and advances Rutgers University by engaging all graduates. I understand that alumni are invited to reconnect with colleagues and their university with a range of social, cultural, and educational activities planned (Rutgers

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