Tuesday, April 24, 4:20 - 5:00 PM
Mentoring programs are a valuable way to offer guidance and support to young people pursuing an education and career related to architecture, engineering and design. They are also a positive way to “give back” to the lab design community and help nurture the young talent that will evolve into tomorrow’s leaders—and determine the future of lab design. The lab design community would benefit greatly by focusing on the next generation of young professionals at every level—from primary educational settings to graduate programs and newly-hired lab professionals.
This special Forum is a lively panel discussion which will address the overall benefits of successful mentoring programs and how they work.
This Forum will begin with a brief presentation by the moderator, followed by remarks from each of the panelists, and will conclude with an audience Q&A period.
AIA CES Unit: 1
LEVEL: ALL LEVELS AND BACKGROUNDS