We take care of the complicated parts of mentorship
So you can focus on the outcomes
Welcome to your Mentorship Department
Program Design & Management
Your team of dedicated MC mentorship experts work closely with you to design a program that achieves outcomes for both your institution and your students.
Comprehensive program management from launch through evaluation
Identifying student cohort (e.g., first-year, transfer, or returning)
Recommended mentor cohort selection
Whether managing a cohort of 150 or 1,500 students, our dedicated Mentorships Operation team supports partners by:
Recruiting students and mentors
Offering live mentor trainings
24/7 help desk support for students and mentors
Matching and re-matching students
Host ongoing virtual events for the community
All Mentor Collective programs provide students and mentors relevant, research-based content that has been co-created with our partners, including:
On-demand training videos and quizzes
Recruitment and engagement campaigns:
On-boarding & matching
Nurture & engagement check-ins
Seasonal emails (e.g., finals)
40+ discussion guides for mentors and mentees that include learning outcomes, videos and activities
Our dedicated product and research team provides each partner with proven mentorship best practices including:
Data-driven program design recommendations
Current questions our product team is asking:
How can we increase mentor re-recruitment year after year?
What matching criteria leads to the highest engagement?
Live program updates for educators including:
On-boarding and matching stats
Mentor and mentee engagement
Mobile-friendly matching experience
Matching survey that empowers students to voice what is important to them in a mentor
Research-backed algorithm drives matching
Assessment & Analytics
Live dashboard and bi-weekly email updates, providing insight to questions like:
How many participants have been recruited, taken their matching survey, trained, and matched?
How many conversations have students had?
How many insights have been shared by mentors?
Comprehensive program review a minimum of 2x/year
Quantitative and qualitative trends
Impact on strategic goals like summer melt, retention, and academic probation
Topics discussed by mentors and mentees
Suggested programmatic improvements