CLEVELAND—State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) participated in a panel discussion with the Maxine Goodman Levine College of Urban Affairs Mentoring Program. The program showcased the mentors along with their students within the program and provided an opportunity to learn about their career path and accomplishments.


Students presented each one of their mentors to the audience and asked various questions pertaining to the mentor’s career path and accomplishments. The panel was comprised of a diverse group of individuals that represented appointed and elected officials from local and state government. The event provided an excellent opportunity for students to get to know their mentors on a much more personal level and to see what type of character, tenacity and dedication to service that it takes to be successful in the public sector.


Rob Ziol, Director of Internships and Mentoring programs for the Levin College stated, "Our mentors are at the top of their game in the respective community of practice. Not only do we have a roster of accomplished mentors, but they all are gracious with their time and talents to help develop the next generation of leaders. On behalf of the students, staff and administration at the College, we truly appreciate the dedication to the mentoring program."


“I was honored and humbled to participate on the panel, just as I am to be a mentor within the program,” said Rep. Anielski. “To speak with students one-on-one as well as with a larger audience with such a robust panel gives them insight into the kind of person who finds themselves in the various roles of public service. We also got to explore the different paths each of us took to where we are today, showing the students that there is not one way into public service.”

 
 
 
  
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