State Farm Mentorship Program Available to Richland College Students

State Farm building

Richland College and State Farm recently partnered up to offer Richland students the opportunity to join a mentor program with mid- and senior-level employees at State Farm in Richardson. The program is designed in a multifaceted manner that pairs students with likeminded individuals, allowing the students the opportunity to interact and engage with State Farm employees and receive guidance on future educational goals and career options.

To apply, fill out the application located here.

Contact:
Continuing Education
972-238-6972
rlcce@dcccd.edu


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