Community Involvement

Mentorship

Many people have helped me along the way in my career path, I wouldn't be where I am today professionally without them!   Therefore the best way I could think of to thank them, is to pay forward the good will that was shared with me.  


I decided mentorship and helping grow talent in the local Boston area was a great way for me to give back.  I accomplished this by sharing my expertise with people who struggled with a job search just like I did.  


Whether it was helping write a resume or provide some interview coaching to individuals who had an important interview, I tried to be a valuable and credible resource to a job seeker that needed it!
Below is just a few of the Boston area Universities and Career Centers I have conducted Seminars with and served on Career Speaking Panels participating as a guest speaker: 

 

  • Boston University-MBA Graduate
  • Student Association/Undergraduate
  • Technology Majors
  • Ben Franklin University-Undergraduate Technology Programs
  • Lee Hecht Harrison-Job Search Club
  • Operation A.B.L.E of Greater
  • Boston(Non-Profit  providing training programs to a Mature Workforce)-Guest Instructor
  • Organized my own Professional Meetup Group called Boston Career Transitioners  

 

HR Tampa

Work College Relations Committee Does

The career mentorship work that I was able to accomplish in Boston is definitely one of my more prouder moments!  Now that I have moved onto the Greater Tampa area my goals are to do the same work here.


As  a member of the HR Tampa SHRM Chapter College Relations Committee, I am proud and honored to be a part of the great work that this chapter is doing! The College Relations Committee's mission is to help grow Young Adults within a career in Human Resources!


Some of the exciting activities the HR Tampa College Relations team has put in place will help infuse future bright and talented individuals into the Human Resource Industry workforce:


  • Helping to facilitate Job Shadowing opportunities during our hosted student events.


  • Experiencing the real world of Human Resources through interaction with HR practitioners on a regular basis through meetings and networking events.


  • More important as a professionals working in Human Resources, act in the role of a Mentor and Ambassador to help guide future HR Professionals with information to help drive success in their careers!


For more information please visit the HRTampa website at http://www.hrtampa.org/