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Chatham First Year Undergraduate Students: Sign up to Receive a Mentor through Chatham's World Readiness and Professionalism (W.R.A.P.) Program
Thursday, June 11, 2015
- Tuesday, September 1, 2015 -
Chatham University is dedicated to preparing students to be World Ready Professionals. With our academic offerings providing a strong foundation, you have access to hundreds of student employment opportunities where you can begin to develop you work ethic and workplace habits that will help you succeed in the future.
The W.R.A.P. Mentorship Program helps to prepare our first year undergraduate students for the professional world.
W.R.A.P. offers students–like you!–the chance to be matched with a professional mentor who will be a guide as you take the next step in developing your career path, whether you’re looking to explore your interests, gain experience, or commit to and pursue professional goals.
Deadline to apply is September 1, 2015 - click the register button in this announcement to complete and submit your request. We will respond to your registration with all the details you will need! For more information, visit careers.chatham.edu and click on Mentoring Program and then Mentees in the sidebar menu or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
In the News
Jun 22, 2015
Mar 23, 2015
PITTSBURGH – The American Association of University Women (AAUW) awarded a 2014-15 American Fellowship to Chatham faculty member, Britney G. Brinkman, Ph.D. Dr. Brinkman is an Assistant Professor in Counseling Psychology at Chatham University. American Fellowships, AAUW’s oldest and largest funding program, dates back to 1888 and support women scholars who are completing doctoral dissertations, conducting postdoctoral […]
Aug 25, 2014
Aug 06, 2014
Who helps the helpers? New research by Chatham University Psychology faculty and students explore usage of and attitudes toward counseling services by Catholic Priests
PITTSBURGH: With a shortage of Catholic priests for existing parishes and the demanding nature of the priestly role, research has found evidence of depression, stress, burnout, and loneliness among Catholic priests. New research out of Chatham University shows that priests have a positive attitude about seeking mental health services, and that nearly 60% of priests […]
Aug 06, 2014