|Rotarian Karen Lile mentors students by the fountain|
The students and mentors arrived at 8 a.m. and began the morning with breakfast prepared by Wilma Lot Catering. Students were matched up with mentors who worked in industries in which they are planning to major. After an hour, student rotated to new mentors, followed by a third session.
About 22 DVC business students met with 17 Rotarian mentors. The mentors who volunteered their time were small business owners and entrepreneurs: a financial adviser, a food and beverage manager, an event planner, a technical writer, a franchise business owner, a banking VP, a senior IT manager, a bank branch manager, an executive director of a nonprofit organization, a community education coordinator for a nonprofit, a city manager, a postmaster, a sales engineer for a telecommunications company, an attorney, a CEO with Boy Scouts of America, and a professional videographer.
Rotarian Jesse Castro shares his experience as a banker Rotarian Doug Switzer sharing his experience
|Speeches by Students of Diablo Valley College|
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