TSA Mentoring Program Kicks Off

The TSA Mentorship Program for the 2010-2011 class of Truman-Albright Fellows is off to a great start, thanks in large part to the excellent response from Truman Scholar alumni in the DC area.  With more than double the number of volunteer mentors needed for the number of Fellows participating in the program this year, Fellows were able to be matched selectively with mentors who shared career goals, graduate paths, or interests.  The program held a kick-off event for all of the volunteers and Fellows at Akin Gump on Tuesday, October 19th, and will hold several other events throughout the year, in addition to encouraging one-on-one communication between mentors and mentees.  The Truman-Albright Fellows are a small group of recently-graduated Truman awardees who will spend a year in DC working and participating in educational and service programs.

 
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