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Pam Kendall-Rijos Women’s Mentor Programs

What is it?

Offered through the Olin Business School, the Pam Kendall-Rijos Women’s Mentor Programs connect female students with professional women, both in the greater St. Louis area and throughout the country, who serve as role models and mentors, helping to enhance their professional and technical skills as they move towards purpose-driven careers.

Tell me more

Female sophomore and junior undergraduate students in the Olin Business School are paired with businesswomen from a variety of industries based on areas of study, career interests, and aspirations. Students are encouraged to ask questions and seek advice from their mentors. The mission is to foster relationships between successful businesswomen and female students, complementing their academic curriculum with exposure to the business community.

A mentoring relationship is unique. It takes intentional effort on both sides to build an effective relationship.”

Who is it for?

Female sophomore and junior undergraduate students in the Olin Business School.

Get in touch:

Contact Alana Greene with questions at alanagreene@wustl.edu

Learn more about the Pam Kendall-Rijos Women’s Mentor Programs.