“We hope this partnership will allow our Kelley women and underrepresented groups to gain confidence, receive training to maximize mentoring and to learn from business leaders throughout the community,” added Saxton. “We are most excited about two aspects of the Talent Nexus program: First, our students will get training on how to get the most out of a mentoring relationship and how to be both a good mentor and a good mentee. Second, they will have access to a wide variety of mentors in the Indianapolis business community. We are excited to play an active role in connecting Kelley students to Indianapolis businesses. It’s a win-win in connecting companies to the talent they need.”
The Kelley School of Business Indianapolis encourages all Kelleys to celebrate International Women's Day on Wednesday, March 8, by tagging @KelleyWomen or using the hashtag #KelleyWomen. For information on our International Women's Day celebration with Talent Nexus and Diverse Talent Strategies, click here.
For more information on Talent Nexus and Diverse Talent Strategies, click here.