Thu, Apr 8, 2021

7 PM – 8 PM EDT (GMT-4)

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Building a career–and a life–beyond Case Western Reserve University will take you down many roads. Opportunities will arise that may be unforeseen or spontaneous. Sometimes the way will be smooth, and sometimes it may be quite bumpy. An important part of the journey is the people you meet along the way who have the experience to assist you in achieving your goals. A mentor is like a supportive coach who challenges you to meet your own expectations or expectations far beyond what you imagined. They may also help you realize that during the long journey, sometimes failure can be your best teacher and unexpected events can change your life for the better.

Jeffrey E. Saffitz (ADL ‘71, GRS ‘71, GRS ‘77, MED ‘78) , chief of pathology at Harvard University, Joy K. Ward, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Neil Ursic (CWR ‘08), partner, RKCA Investment Banking and Hilary Mohs (CWR ‘12), director of product management at First Stop Health will provide real examples of how having a mentor and being a mentor has enriched their lives and their own career journeys.

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Joy Ward

Dean, College of Arts & Sciences

Case Western Reserve University

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Jeffrey E. Saffitz (ADL ‘71, GRS ‘71, GRS ‘77, MED ‘78)

Chief of Pathology

Harvard Medical School

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Hilary Mohs (CWR ‘12)

Director of Product Management

First Stop Health

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Neil Ursic (CWR ‘08)

Partner

RKCA Investment Banking

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