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Help your field grow: Become a compliance and ethics mentor

Julia Masser (jmasser1@asu.edu) is a recent graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Health Care Compliance and Regulation.

The field of compliance and ethics (C&E) is growing at a substantial rate. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects 6.2% employment growth for compliance officers between 2020 and 2030.[1] Did you know that many of these new C&E professionals—and students interested in C&E, in particular—are looking for internships and mentors?

As a former student of Arizona State University with a bachelor of science degree in healthcare compliance and regulations, I have experienced firsthand the need for more C&E–related internships and mentors. Learning about C&E on your own can be difficult, as it requires a unique way of thinking in order to solve problems, such as learning how to navigate government websites, read mandates, and be analytical with information presented to form logical opinions. Many professionals have migrated in from other fields, and their practical knowledge can be invaluable to those who want to become part of the C&E profession.

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