College of Business Administration seeks executive mentors

K-State Alumni Communications
Mentors and students attend the executive mentor luncheon. (Photo: Dave Mayes)

The College of Business Administration is looking for professionals to join its Business Executive Mentor Program. More than 500 alumni and friends already have done so and are helping students be better prepared to enter the work force. 

The college is looking for professionals in any field with at least 10 years of industry experience who have the interest and ability to nurture a student’s professional development, and a network of individuals from whom they can draw on as resources to assist the student. You do not need to be a graduate of the college. 

Students need someone who will provide them with honest feedback and guide them in their careers. In turn, you will gain a better understanding of young professionals entering the work force -- their interests and their academic preparation. To learn more about the program, visit or contact Emily Brueseke, program director,

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