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In the Boston Globe

I'm in the cover story of the Boston Works section today (that's me in the blue, my friend Chris who built the largest internship program at MIT is in the black). It's about how mentors can help jumpstart your career.


Link: Boston Sunday Globe - "Find someone to watch over you"


Or if that doesn't work, try the writer's blog at
Link: Penelope Trunk - "Get good mentors by building relationships"


Posted by Ian Ybarra on 26 November 2006