January 26, 2010
in Education, Press, Student Chapter, UofOregon
Oregon Student Chapter Organizes Model Mentoring Program
Twenty-six firms will host some 50 students for one day this week to get a firsthand look at practice.
"University of Oregon students in landscape architecture will spend a day in the offices of professionals to gain insight into the practice and build their networking skills. On Friday, January 29, the 17th Annual Shadow Mentor Day, sponsored by the Student Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), will partner students with working professionals from Ashland to Seattle. The firms will open their doors to landscape architecture students for a day of mentorship to give students the chance to experience the workday of a professional within a design practice."
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