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Skip the Small Talk: Virtual EACE Mentoring Mixer
Wednesday, May 29, 2024, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM EDT
Category: Webinars

Skip the Small Talk: Virtual EACE Mentoring Mixer

Wednesday, May 29, 2024
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM ET
Virtual (Zoom)


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Join us for part 1 of the "Skip the Small Talk" series for our Virtual Mentoring Mixer presented by the EACE Mentor Network Sub-Committee! During this session, you'll learn more about the EACE Mentor Network, its purpose, and how to get involved. Then we'll lead a networking activity about mentorship in small groups to help you meet new people and "skip the small talk" so you can form genuine connections with professionals at all levels. This is an opportunity for new and veteran EACE members alike to grow your networks and maybe even find someone who could be a mentor or mentee to you! Whether you're a new professional looking for a mentor or a seasoned pro who wants to give back and mentor the next generation of leaders - this event is the perfect chance to meet new connections in an organic way that could grow into future mentorship opportunities. Part 2 of the series is an in-person speed networking event that will take place at this year's EACE Annual Conference.



Colby Sim, Interim Associate Director of Career Education, Boston University

Colby Sim is the Interim Associate Director of Career Education for the Center for Career Development at Boston University. With a background in student development, Colby leads BU's dynamic career education team. Prior to her interim role, Colby led a team of Career Ambassadors to increase student engagement with BU's career services through peer-to-peer programming. She is the current Co-Chair of the EACE Mentorship sub-committee and enjoys creating opportunities for community and connection within EACE. Originally from Long Island, Colby holds a Bachelor of Arts in Urban and Community Studies from the University of Connecticut and a Master of Science in Student Affairs in Higher Education from Miami University.


Alicia McCormick HeadshotAlicia McCormick, Assistant Director of Career Communities, STEM & Sustainability, Suffolk University

Alicia McCormick is the Assistant Director of the STEM & Sustainability Career Community within the Center for Career Equity, Development, & Success at Suffolk University in Boston. In her role she serves as an advisor to undergraduate and graduate students interested in STEM careers, builds relationships with employers and industry partners, and coordinates engaging events and career fairs. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Boston College and Master's Degree in Higher Education Administration from Vanderbilt University. She transitioned from academic advising to career advising two years ago and is very grateful to be part of the EACE community!



Registration for this event is only open to EACE members. 


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