Two St. Bonaventure alumni are featured prominently in a Wall Street Journal story that emphasizes the importance of courtesy and preparation in seeking a mentor after graduation.
Knowing nothing more about Paul McDonald than the fact they shared an alma mater, Alexandra “Ali” Ethier, a 2016 finance graduate, reached out to McDonald for some career guidance.
How Ethier sought the advice of McDonald, ’80, was the subject of Sue Shellenbarger’s column last week in the Journal’s “Life, Careers, Work & Family” section. McDonald is a university trustee and a senior executive at Robert Half.
Click here to read Shellenbarger’s column.
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