CWC Launches Mentoring Program Jan. 1
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Colorado Water Congress Mentoring Program

January 1, 2014 is the first day of the Colorado Water Congress Mentoring Program- a chance for students and advancing professionals to connect with industry experts and engage in new opportunities.

Using a LinkedIn group as a platform, the program will offer an online Question and Answer session hosted by volunteer mentors. Each month will feature two new mentors (one practitioner and one academic) who can offer advice and discuss their specific area of expertise. Quarterly calendars will list the mentors who will facilitate an upcoming month, as well as their topic of discussion.

Register Today!

Use the QR code below, or search for the “Colorado Water Congress POND” group on LinkedIn to enter into an online Q&A.

Mentor Program Agenda

Jan 2014
Amy Beatie, Colorado Water Trust
Tom Romero, DU Sturm College of Law
Expertise: Water Law & the Environment
Feb 2014
Julie McKenna, Brandeberry & McKenna
Public Affairs

Tom Cech, Metro State University
Expertise: Lobbying for Water Policy
Mar 2014
John Currier, Colorado River District
John McCray, CO School of Mines
Expertise: Water Resource Engineering
Brought to you by the Colorado Water Congress POND Committee- facilitating the connection of water Professionals of all ages and experience through industry Outreach, Networking opportunities, and career Development.
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