MVXperts - Mount Vernon's Expert Network
In order to equip this generation of students and recent grads with the skills needed to succeed in college and beyond, we are setting-up the best possible conditions for our learners to interact with business and civic leaders, c-suite executives, entrepreneurs, service providers, and various professionals in a wide variety of industries to exchange ideas, co-create, and receive feedback on students and work initiatives.
Our parents, grandparents and alumni are uniquely positioned to provide this authentic real-world input and feedback to our students and recent grads by volunteering to be an MVXpert. At Mount Vernon, we believe the more engaged and connected our families are, the stronger our community. Please sign-up below to express interest in volunteering your time and talents to help enrich our students’ lives.
Relationship to Student
Grade of your Student(s)
I am interested in sharing my expertise by participating in the following:
Design Brief: Does your organization have a challenge that needs a solution? This is approximately a 6-8 week long collaboration with a group of students who will provide a solution to the business problem.
Mentoring: Are you interested in sharing your real world career experiences and advice with MV's next generation of leaders? Our current students and college-age alumni are interested in getting first hand advice and insights in their field of interest.
Internship: Does your business have a need for an intern? This could be an intermittent relationship with a student during the school year, interim week, or summer.
Feedback: Would you like to serve on a panel to provide feedback on work that students are doing?
Consultation: Would you be willing to share your expertise with our students (any grade level) as they go through discovery?
Expeditionary Learning: Would you be willing to escort a group of students through your place of business as they conduct field work?
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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