The Puerto Rico Sales and Marketing Executives Association is seeking participants for its Student Mentoring program as part of its upcoming annual convention slated for April 3-5.
This support program aims to promote the sales and marketing profession among SME student members, as well as offer them the opportunity to network with active sales and marketing professionals.
“The Student Mentoring program seeks to offer scholarships to student who are current SME members so they can attend the educational program the convention will offer April 3. As part of social investment initiatives that take place during the year, we want companies to take a leading role with us and become mentors to sponsor our future professionals,” said Véronique Descombes, SME Puerto Rico president.
Those companies and professionals interested can provide scholarships to one or more SME student partners through a minimum contribution of $100, the SME said. For more information, visit www.sme.org.
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