Current Juniors who are interested in being mentored by a PSU grad in the Nutrition major should apply for the College of HHD Mentoring Program.
Mentors can give you personal advise on your career goals, may write recommendations for you, or help you find internships and employment. The simple application process will take only a few minutes, but the rewards could be invaluable. See the links below for additional information
The College of Health and Human Development Mentoring Program connects HHD students and alumni by matching students who are juniors in their academic department with professionals in their field(s) of interest who can offer advice and information about career options or other issues relevant to particular fields. The mentoring program includes an initial orientation and goal setting face-to-face meeting, followed by 15 months of ongoing interactions as students can explore internships, course choices, and plans after graduation with their mentor. All mentors and protégés are required to attend a Mentoring Kickoff Lunch or Dinner and Workshop where mentors and protégés meet in person, learn more about the expectations of the mentoring program and are provided one-on-one time to work on developing goals and action steps for the mentoring relationship