Tag: mentoring

The Value of Mentorship: Success for Everyone

  Author: Rosa Javadi, Engineering Services Manager, San Jose     A lot of good comes out of a mentorship program for the students, the mentors and the business. I’m a huge proponent of internships and mentoring opportunities… Read More

The Value of Mentorship: The Mentor

  Author: Mark Tudman, Principal Engineer, San Jose   Prior to joining Jabil, I worked for 26 years as a Field Engineer at an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) robotics company. This phase of my career was extremely challenging… Read More

The Value of Mentorship: The Mentee

  Author: Meha Gupta, Digital Engineering Services, San Jose     When I graduated high school and began my college career, I had one goal in mind: I would not become an engineer. Now, I have a Bachelor’s… Read More

From the Web: Girl Scouts Inspire the Next-Generation in STEM

The STEM Pledge Girl Scouts of the United States of America are about more than just cookies! The nonprofit builds girls’ courage, confidence and character through a variety of hands-on activities, and it recently launched a STEM-focused initiative… Read More

From the Web: How the Shalane Effect Works

On November 5, 2017, Shalane Flanagan was the first American woman in 40 years to win the New York City Marathon. Although this 26.2-mile course was an individual-runner event, Shalane was not alone as she crossed the finish line. In 2009, she began… Read More