College of Architecture and Environmental Design
Construction Management Department
BS in Construction Management
The Women in Construction Club’s Industry Mentorship program at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo (Cal Poly) is nearly a year old, yet the only data collected on the program was taken directly after it was created. The creation of the Industry Mentorship program, and subsequent data collection, were a previous senior project. But there were no measurements on how effective the mentorship program was, or if there was a benefit for the students involved. Because this program has the potential of creating long-lasting relationships and connecting women in a men-dominated field, knowing if the mentorship program needs to be evolved is vital. This paper delves into how beneficial the Industry Mentorship program is and what current students would do to improve the program to make it more effective. Once those responses were analyzed and implemented to improve the program.
Available for download on Thursday, March 19, 2020