Campus Connection – Human Ecology Student Events & Announcements
- Exercise is Medicine on Campus Month | October 2017
- Health Career Meet-Up | October 26 | 5:30–7:30pm | Welcome Center
- Vernon Larson Lecture (Neuroimaging in Sports Concussion)
November 10 | 4pm | 164 Justin Hall
- Vernon Larson Lecture (Conversation with First Lady Mary Jo Myers
November 14 | 6:30–8pm | Union Ballroom
- Health Professions Mock Interviews | Nov. 30 | 5–8pm | Welcome Center
Program Updates – Gathering Feedback
We encourage all of our mentors and mentees to complete the post-meeting surveys following each monthly meeting. These surveys are six questions long, and are to be based on your most recent meeting with your mentor/mentee. Links to mentor and mentee specific surveys can be found below. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
“In Your Experience…” – Monthly Discussion Questions for Mentoring Pairs
- How have you handled failure or setbacks in your career?
- How do you encourage innovative ideas in your workplace?
- How does your organization handle social media policies and representation?
Professional Skills – Organizing the Job Search
“Organizing the job search can help students keep on top of everything.”
- Article by the K-State Career Center: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/organizing-job-search-k-state-career-center/
- Discuss with your mentor/mentee the importance of staying organized while searching for a job or internship.
From Around the Web
Ensure that you get the most out of your mentoring relationship.
Your Mentoring Experience – College of Human Ecology Hospitality Tent Events in Cat Town
Join the College of Human Ecology in Cat Town starting two hours prior to kickoff at the October 21 K-State Football game vs. Oklahoma and the November 11 game against West Virginia. These tailgates are open to all current Human Ecology students and alumni/friends of the college (including all current mentors and mentees). These events are a great opportunity for you to connect with the Human Ecology family and to get together with your mentor/mentee. Admission is free and no reservation is necessary.
- Twitter – follow the mentoring program (@KStateMentoring) and the College of Human Ecology (@KStateHE)
- Blog – be sure to check out our blog at http://blogs.k-state.edu/hementoring/
- WildcatLink – if you have not yet created a WildcatLink account, please visit https://ksu.peoplegrove.com/