Mentor for a Morning (M4M) is one of many programs available through Executives On Campus
It’s morning in America for Executives On Campus (EOC) mentors and mentees, especially those who participate in the Mentor for a Morning (M4M) program, organized twice yearly. M4M—one of many programs available through EOC—offers undergrads and graduate students the chance to meet with professionals in three 45-minute, one-on-one sessions. Through these dialogs, students develop networking skills as well as ideas to further their career goals.
More than 25 executives participated in the program last fall, including Harvey Wacht (’67), senior managing director, Shufro, Rose & Co., LLC. Wacht characterizes his six years of EOC experiences as “extremely rewarding and totally enjoyable.” He adds, “After EOC events, students often e-mail their thanks. From their responses, mentors just know we made a difference!” Wacht is certainly right about mentee gratitude. Current EOC mentee and Honors MBA candidate Eliezer Nunez (’12) says his EOC mentor “helped me be wiser than I would be based on my own experience.” Recent mentee Jason Wang (’10) concurs, “My mentor opened my horizon to life, society, and career goals.”
To volunteer or learn more, please contact EOC Director J. McLoughlin at 646-660-6098 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.