You may not always know when a great mentor comes around, but hindsight is always 20/20 right? In this workshop, you will learn about the initiative, leadership skills, and understanding of what mentorship embodies. As a way to internally develop a community, mentorship strives to expedite the growth of future leaders. Let’s take a look at what successful mentorship looks like and how to achieve it.
About the Speakers:
Xue Wang is a junior pursuing a dual degree in Business Finance and Chinese. She is passionate about first generation issues, as well as socio-economic issues for immigrant families. In the future, she plans on pursuing a law degree to help low-income immigrant business owning families thrive in our growing economy.
Michael Ngo is a third-year Nutritional Science major following the Pre-Pharmacy track. He joined APIA because he wanted to learn more about his community in regards to the history, issues, and culture. He wants to foster education, advocacy, and activism within the APIA and greater community. Aside from APIA, he is also part of the Culinary Arts Student Union.