Getting your MBA can be a challenge. Getting a job after you graduate can be a challenge as well. Having a mentor who has been through the same situation can be helpful. The Executive Mentor Program (EMP) is composed of executives in the Denver area who have ten or more years work experience at the executive level.

Executive Mentor Kickoff Breakfast

They are a wealth of knowledge about their specific industry and are able to help students better prepare themselves to become part of the business world.

Each mentor group (up to four students) is different and they do different things, some of the benefits you could have are:

  • Networking with people in the industry of your interest
  • Job shadowing
  • Learning how business is practiced
  • Honing your career goals
  • Touring a company of interest

Contact Angie Jimenez (Angie.jimenez@du.edu) for further information.