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Practice : Fall 2008
alUMni news ] “ask a MenToR” Can you name these seafaring aspiring design students? Changes are happ ening here at the BAC. We want to hear your changes! Email us with your updated contact information and news at a firstname.lastname@example.org or send it along to the Institutional Advancement Office at 320 Newbury St., Boston, MA 02115. “Ask a Mentor” is part of a larger overa ll mentoring program of the BAC Alumni Association under the le ader ship of President Bernie Goba ’69. The Mentorship Program will provide alumni with the opportu- nit y to continue their relationship with the College post-BAC. As a result of this service, alumni will graduate from the BAC with the knowledge that the College and the Alumni Association will continue to support them into their professiona l career s. This program will continue an effective collaboration bet ween all constituents of the BAC commu- nity, peer organizations and est ablished design firms. It intends to diversify and enrich the BAC graduate’s potential which, in turn, will sustain the BAC’s mission and spirit of learning and greatly benefit the community at large. This program will showcase the BAC’s pride in its graduates through a commitment of ongoing supp ort. The continued succe ss of BAC alumni also means continued succ ess for the BAC. Practitioners who benefit from the concurrent Practice Program will be able to further benefit from the energy and talent of our alumni base. This will foster more sophisticated working relationships such a s joint ventures, limited partnerships, one-time specialized consultant ser vice s, or ser vices that consist of net working, c areer counseling and continued alumni socializing and friendship. Prospective mentors should provide a short bio and description of their chosen mentoring area , along with an email address that will be posted to the Alumni section of the BAC website. This will enable current students as well as fellow alumni to conveniently give and seek advice from their peers on such subjects as job interviewing, acting as a sounding board, structuring a new firm, forming an exit strategy when nearing retirement, or making prof essional or socia l out-of-town contacts when on the road. If this is of interest to you, send a short bio, your mentorship area, and email address to constance.ferreira@ the-bac.edu. “ask a Mentor” needs your expertise New interactive mentoring oppor tunities foster suppor t for alumni and students. baC in The Day PRaCTiCe 47