SERVICES AND RESOURCES
WE ARE A BY-STUDENTS FOR-STUDENTS NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION THAT AIMS TO MAKE COLLEGE AN ATTAINABLE GOAL FOR ALL STUDENTS.
We believe there is a benefit in learning from the experiences of someone who has recently navigated the same challenges that you are about to face–they can provide current and relevant advice that will help you achieve the short-term goals needed to achieve your long-term goals. We will match you with a college-age mentor that can help you get into college.
Interested in becoming a mentee? Fill out the Interest form today!
We believe there is power in using your experiences to guide others towards personal and academic success. Often, there is a broad age gap between mentors and mentees, making it difficult for mentees to learn about current resources that may have looked very different in the past. We aim to bridge that gap.
Interested in volunteering as a mentor? Fill out the Interest form today!
THE MENTORS ON A MISSION APP - COMING SOON
Our app will have a wide variety of resources made available for students looking to navigate the college matriculation process, including:
The Blueprint is a service offered by Mentors on a Mission that helps guide students through the different phases of self discovery, career exploration, university location, and the college financial aid/ application process. By the end of the program, students will have a personalized college plan fit and ready to execute.
Fuse Connection is a mentor matching network program offered by Mentors on a Mission that matches members with current college students based on desired university. Fuse allows a safe and timely platform for communication from mentee to mentor.
THE GROUPCHAT PODCAST - EPISODE 1 NOW AVAILABLE
The Groupchat podcast will provide high school seniors with insight into the college experience. Following a conservational approach, our monthly podcasts will tackle common college-related topics that can prove beneficial for students during the matriculation process. Two hosts will explore these topics with factual information while providing comedic commentary.
MENTOR TALKS - NOVEMBER "COLLEGE TALK" PANEL
Mentor Talks will provide high school seniors with relevant insight into college-related topics. Following a TED Talk-like approach, Mentor talks will provide students with an opportunity to hear short, powerful presentations from industry professionals, high ranking officials, and other organizational partners. Mentor Talks will also provide a platform for live virtual panel discussions.
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