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The Corbin Forum is a forum for cadets and faculty to discuss officership, leadership, and gender issues in the corps and Army. The forum conducts panels, discussions, and lectures on various topics to share experiences and knowledge in these aspects. Cadets have the opportunity to participate in luncheon discussions, intern at various organizations, attend lectures and Conferences, and participate in the Chase-Smith Mentorship Program.
 
UPCOMING EVENTS
 
Save the Date!  Corbin Forum proudly announces the launching of the first cadet inspired Summit.  The Corbin Forum Women's Summit is scheduled for 6-8 March 2014.  Many more details to follow!
Additionally, The Corbin Forum presents The Athena Monologues. Please submit a monologue, poem, soliloquy, or other memory of your life at the Academy. Monologues should recount a specific incident from your cadet experience or capture a facet of cadet life as a woman at the Academy. Submissions from alumni and current cadets are welcome. Cadet-thespians will perform The Athena Monologues on the evening of 7 March 2014 as part of the Corbin Women’s Summit which runs 6-8 March 2014. Please send submissions or address questions to LTC Naomi Mercer at naomi.mercer@usma.edu. Monologue submissions are due NLT 17 February 2014.
 
 
 Chase-Smith Mentorship Program
Interested in meeting successful role models who have walked a mile in your shoes?  Would you like to find a mentor but don't know where to start?  Don't go it alone!  Join the Chase-Smith Mentorship Program.
 
The Chase-Smith Mentorship Program is designed to provide all cadets access to a valuable network of resources.  Mentoring circles will consist of approximately ten mentees and upperclass cadet/faculty members.  Teams will meet monthly in a variety of settings throughout the year.
 
To join, email mcf@usma.edu