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One On One Mentor Matchmaking - Kick Off Night

RegionalHispanic Chamber of Commerce

Thursday, March 21, 2013 at 5:00 PM (PDT)

Long Beach, United States

One On One Mentor Matchmaking - Kick Off Night

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BECOME A CHAMBER MEMBER AND MENTOR Ended $250.00 $7.24
Mentee Must be a CSULB Student Ended $0.00 $0.00
Mentors already signed up Ended $0.00 $0.00

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Lideres One on One Mentorship Program
One on One Mentor Matchmaking Kick Off Date Lideres and graduation night

About RHI and CBI 

Lideres 

One On One 

Mentorship and Internship Program

The Regional Hispanic Institute Lideres One on One Mentorship and Internship program is a Regional program created to increase opportunities for  Youth that will maximize their influence as leaders in the Southern California Region.


We aim to support and nurture young leadership across all sectors of society. We seek to Develop Future Generations of Professionals, Corporate Executives, and Community Leaders.


The RHI is focused on making stronger connections and linking young Leaders with high-ranking officers in a wide-variety of business fields. 

 

The intent is to allow students to gain valuable insight into what it takes to be successful and begin building a strong network.

 

About CBI

The CBA is a community where creative minds meet, collaborative spirits flourish, and educational and scholarly contributions thrive.


The RHI and CBA partnership will bring together business enterprises and students to benefit both sides. The CBA will reach out to students, recruit them for the mentorship and  internship program, and work with the CBA student clubs. 


For both students and businesses to benefit, mentorships and  internships must be meaningful. We expect that students will perform work that helps the organizations achieve goals, and this will allow the students to learn and grow in the process. 


The RHCC and CBA will connect with participating business to make sure Mentorships and Internship assignments are appropriate, achievable, and useful.


Together, RHI and CBA will organize, manage, and monitor the operation of the program, student interns, and participating businesses.


Mentorship Internship Program consists of:


* Kick-Off | One on One Mentor Matchmaking | March 21,2013 - Hotel Maya

* One Job Shadow day

* Two additional meetings via Phone, email or one one one.

* Graduation 

   Taking place on July 19th at 5 pm at The Museum of Latin American Art

* Internship  for a student to serve an Internship 


 Requirements for Mentors:

* Must be in Upper management, CEO's, CFO's or Presidents.

  (Send bios and a photo to Info@RegionalHispaniccc.org)

* Must Be a Chamber Member to participate as a mentor

 

*Not a must but please consider having your company offer a paid Internship to help students gain practical experience that solidifies classroom learning and improves career success. 


For both students and businesses to benefit, mentorships and  internships must be meaningful. We expect that students will perform work that helps the organizations achieve goals, and this will allow the students to learn and grow in the process.     


Together, RHI and CBA will organize, manage, and monitor the operation of the program, student interns, and participating businesses.


For companies interesting in offering paid internships or to serve as mentors please contact Sandy Cajas, President and CEO, RHCC at 562-212-2889 , or send an email to: Sandy@RegionalHispaniccc.org.

Requirements for Mentees: 

The requirements for a student to participate in this internship program are to:


1.     Be enrolled as either a Business major or a Business minor


2.     Have attained Junior-year status.


3.     Be a member of one of the 12 CBA student organizations.


These requirements assure that students have a foundation level of knowledge to help them be effective as interns and to benefit as much as possible from the experience. Business majors are encouraged to participate in the internship program. Non-CBA students can enroll in a Business minor, so students from across the university can also participate as interns. The following table lists CBA majors and minors.


Major Options


Minors


1. Accountancy


2. Finance


3. Human Resources Management


4. Information Systems


5. International Business


6. Management


7. Marketing


8. Supply Chain Management


Entrepreneurship

Finance

Human Resources Management

Information Systems

Marketing


CBA student clubs help develop interpersonal and leadership skills that are applicable in internships, and club memberships are not limited to CBA students. Being part of CBA student clubs enhances what non-CBA students gain from Business minors. CBA student clubs will be important in sustaining the internship program by providing continuity over time and by informing members about internships every year.


CBA student clubs are listed in the table below.

 

College of Business Administration Student Clubs

1. Associated Business Students Organizations    

Council (ABSOC)

2. American Marketing Association (AMA)

3. Beta Alpha Psi Accounting Society (BAP)

4. Black Business Students Association (BBSA)

5. Delta Sigma Pi (DSP) 

6. Financial Management Association (FMA)

7. Hispanic Students Business Association (HSBA)

8. Human Resource Management Association 

(HRMA)

9. Information Systems Student Association (ISSA)

10. International Business Association (IBA)

11. Law Society (LS)

12. Society for Advancement of Management 

 (SAM)

Students must submit letter of Intent and resume to Send to Info@RegionalHispaniccc.org

 

NOTE: Download sample Letter of Intent and Resume

at www.regionalhispaniccc.org 

Have questions about One On One Mentor Matchmaking - Kick Off Night? Contact RegionalHispanic Chamber of Commerce

When & Where


700 Queensway Drive
Long Beach, 90802

Thursday, March 21, 2013 at 5:00 PM (PDT)


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Organizer

RegionalHispanic Chamber of Commerce

RHCC Mission

To Advocate, Promote, and Facilitate the Success of Businessess in Southern California and its Trade Areas.

Vision

To build a vibrant and prosperous business community by representing the interest of the Southern California business community while embrasing economic and professional development.
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