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Program Design & Management
Your team of dedicated MC mentorship experts work closely with you to identify your institutional goals. We align your mentorship program strategy and design to achieve the desired outcomes for both your institution and your students.
Comprehensive program management from launch through evaluation
Student cohort selection (e.g., first-year students, transfer students, or upperclassmen)
Mentor cohort selection (e.g., peer mentors, young alumni, or industry partners)
Whether managing a cohort of 150 or 1,500 mentorships, it is essential to dedicate staff for the end-user experience. Our dedicated Mentorships Operation team helps partners:
Recruit and screen mentors
Provide live mentor training
Support a 24/7 help desk (e.g., what do I do if I can't get in touch with my mentor?)
Match and re-match students
Host ongoing virtual events for the community
All Mentor Collective programs are supported through relevant, research-backed content that has been co-created with our partners, including:
Trainings and quizzes
Seasonal emails (e.g., finals)
SMS message content
40+ discussion guides for mentors and mentees that includes learning outcomes, videos and activities
Our dedicated team of product and research experts provide each partner with proven mentorship best practices based on the latest research.
Data-driven program design recommendations
White-papers and reports
Recent research questions asked include:
What match criteria lead to the most engagement?
What should nudge SMS messages say?
Educator dashboard with live program updates on:
On-boarding and matching stats
Ongoing mentor and mentee engagement
Mobile-friendly matching experience
Research-backed algorithm drives matching
Empowers students to find a mentor who is relevant
Assessment & Analytics
Live data 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 occurred?
How many risks have been flagged 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