There are so many benefits when we have a mentor: we can see what's ahead, learn from their experience so we can make better choices. I am very excited to announce that our club members are getting college students as their mentors as they build global awareness campaigns for their chosen global goals.
Today I would like to introduce one of our first Club Mentors: Roshan Indika Menik Arachchi Menik Arachchige
Roshan is a Computer Science (Software Engineer) Student at California State University of Monterey Bay (CSUMB). He was born in Sri Lanka but grew up in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. After graduating from high school in Saudi Arabia, he started university in Malaysia and transferred to the USA as a sophomore. He is currently in his last year studying Software Engineering at the California State University of Monterey Bay.
Roshan enjoys serving his community. He has been part of the student committee organizing events and other activities for university students:
"I am excited to work with the younger generation and I hope it will get me to have some experience working as a mentor. My dream is to be a professor so I consider it a learning opportunity. I hope not just me but also the students I will be managing also get to learn and understand the point of these projects. I look forward to working with you!"
Roshan shares this quote by Mahatma Gandhi with his future mentees: “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”