(Second) Trimentoring Orientation

Categories: Career

There are still some seats available in the tri-mentoring program, especially for first and second year computer science students. Joining the program will provide you with the chance to meet a senior student and an industry/faculty mentor, fine tune your communication and networking skills, get advice on your courses and career paths, and socialize with other mentors and mentees. If you missed the tri-mentoring orientation yesterday, there is another tri-mentoring orientation that you can go to on September 27 at 5:30 pm in Hennings 200. Please sign up by emailing [email protected].

For more information about Trimentoring in general, see here

When: 

Tuesday, September 27, 2005 - 17:30 to 19:00

Where: 

Henning 200

Tags: 

Career

Tri-mentoring Kick off - Sign up now to become a Volunteer

Categories: Career

If you’re interested in having a chance to meet and network with CS experts from Microsoft, IBM, Apple, EA, and Business Objects, then you should come join us in volunteering for the 200708 Tri-mentoring Kick-off event.

Currently we are looking for volunteers for the following shifts:

Shift A: 4:00 - 5:00pm - set up and signage
Shift B: 5:00 - 6:30pm - ushering, registration, greeting
Shift C: 7:00 - 8:00pm - clean-up
If you can stay for more than one shift, that would be great!

Please send James

jlo@thecube.ca

an email by Thursday Sept 27 if you’re interested. Also tell us which shifts you would like to sign up for (e.g. A & B, just A, whatever). We’ll send a reminder to volunteers participating in the event.

Hope to see you out there! If you have any questions, email James (jlo_at_thecube_dot_ca) or Eugene (echan0_at_interchange_dot_ubc_dot_ca).

Thanks.

James Lo and Eugene Chan
CSSS Tri-mentoring Rep and VP Internal

UBC Computer Science Tri-mentoring is a program bridging students with professionals in both the academic and industry fields. This year UBC CS Tri-mentoring has over 70 mentors with diverse backgrounds and experiences coming to UBC to mentor some of our UBC CS fellows.

When: 

Tuesday, October 2, 2007 - 17:00 to 19:30

Where: 

SUB Party Room, 2nd floor

Tags: 

Career

Tri-mentoring Kick Off - Call for Volunteers

Categories: Career

Interested in having a chance to meet and network with CS experts from Microsoft, IBM, Apple, EA, and Business Objects? Come and join us in running the 200607 Tri-mentoring Kick-off event!

Date: next Thursday Oct 05
Location: click Graduate Students Centre Ballroom.

Currently we are looking for volunteers for the following shifts:

Shift A: 3:45 - 5:00pm - set up and signage
Shift B: 4:30 - 6:30pm - ushering, registration, greeting
Shift C: 7:00 - 8:00pm - clean-up

If you can stay for more than one shift, that would be great!

Please email James [email protected] by this next Monday Oct 02 9:00pm if you’re interested. Also tell us which shifts you would like to sign up for (e.g. A & B, just A, both).

Volunteers will be able to join all mentors and mentees for the dinner provided by UBC CS Tri-mentoring during the event.

Early next week a reminder will be sent to all participants.

If you have any questions, feel free to email James [email protected] or Michelle [email protected] for more information.

About UBC Computer Science Tri-mentoring
UBC Computer Science Tri-mentoring is a program bridging students with professionals in both the academic and industry fields. This year UBC CS Tri-mentoring has over 80 mentors with diverse backgrounds and experiences coming to UBC to mentor some of our UBC CS fellows.

When: 

Thursday, October 5, 2006 - 15:45 to 19:30

Tri-Mentoring Orientation + Info Session

Categories: Career

The department is currently recruiting mentees and mentors for the tri-mentoring program. If you are a 1st or 2nd year student, you will be matched with a 3rd or 4th student, who in turn will be matched with an industry or faculty mentor. Joining the program is a great way for you to hone your communications, networking and job search skills.

If you are interested, please come to our info session and orientation on September 13. You will be learning more about the benefits and structures of the program and how it integrates with other professional skills workshops we are offering this coming academic year. We will also be giving you some training in networking and communication skills and providing you with information on how to apply to the program.

When: 

Monday, September 13, 2010 - 17:00 to 18:30

Where: 

DMP 110