Well-known Chicago trial attorney Mark McNabola is part of the prestigious Notre Dame President’s Circle Mentorship Program.
in 2013, the President’s Circle Mentorship Program connects members of
the President’s Circle with current Notre Dame students who are
participating in a summer internship.
an honor to serve in this program and help guide a current Notre Dame
student,” McNabola said. “I’m excited to be part of the Circle
Mentorship Program, and we are glad our firm can help.”
the program, mentors serve as a resource for students as they enter the
workforce for the first time, and many retain a relationship with their
mentee long after the program’s completion.
support empowers our students to engage in an internship experience
they might otherwise not have been able to pursue,”said Notre Dame’s
Associate Vice President for Development, Drew Buscareno. “This
opportunity to step into the area of the world that interests them
serves as a profound and immersive life experience. On top of the
tremendous support Mark has already given to Notre Dame, we are
especially appreciative for his willingness to devote time and energy to
the mentorship program by sharing his experience, knowledge, and wisdom
from such a wide range of life and work experiences.”
total, the program has matched more than 400 students with a mentor
since its inception. The program offers an invaluable opportunity for
students to get career, and broader life, advice from people who are
committed and genuinely interesting in helping.
willingness to serve in this capacity is hugely appreciated,” said
Suzanne DeGuilio, Associate Director for the President’s Circle
Mentorship Program. “As a mentor, Mark works closely with his student
mentee who is participating in an internship during the summer. Mark’s
experience and advice is incredibly valuable as his student navigates
the workforce for the first time.”