Learn How Higher Education is Using Mentorship to Achieve Their Goals

Mentor Collective has supported every kind of institution on their journey to achieve their student success goals. Take a look at our recent webinars on demand or register to attend live.

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[On-Demand Webinar] Driving Retention Through Authentic Peer Connections

Learn how Larry Faerman, Vice President of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management, Florida Atlantic University, and FAU leaders collaborated to leverage student engagement and capture actionable student insights—through the high-impact practice of mentorship— impacting sense of belonging and retention.

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[On-Demand Webinar] Unlock Student Success: Authentically Engaging Community College Students & Alumni

Watch this on-demand webinar with Dr. Scott Schuhert, Dean of Students at SUNY Onondaga Community College, about pivoting to a culture of care that supports students and the business of higher education.

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[On-Demand] How to Support FGLI Students with Peer Mentorship: A Partner Impact Webinar with Duke University

Duke University discussed how they were able to engage and support their FGLI students to support their sense of belonging and capture student voice.

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[[On-Demand] Enhancing Career Readiness with Alumni Mentors: A Partner Impact Webinar with Indiana University, Bloomington’s O'Neill School of Public & Environmental Affairs

Join Indiana University Bloomington’s O’Neill School of Public & Environmental Affairs on how they are scaling alumni mentorship to positively affect career decision self-efficacy for upper-division students.

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[On-Demand] Retaining STEM Students Through High-Impact Mentorship: A Partner Impact Event with University of New Haven Tagliatela College of Engineering

Learn how University of New Haven is improving retention and illuminating career pathways for incoming and upper-division STEM students through mentorship. We will dive into how female and Black-identifying students are experiencing the greatest benefit in regards to retention (38.3% & 55.5% points higher than non-participants respectively) and how University of New Haven is engaging alumni and industry professionals to support their students.

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[On-Demand] Assessing & Addressing First-Generation Student Challenges: A Peer Mentorship Story with The Georgia Institute of Technology

Georgia Tech’s First-Generation Program and Operations Manager, Dr. Charmaine Troy, will discuss the pilot year of the First-Gen Jackets peer mentorship program and how it’s already increased mentee and mentor sense of belonging by +3.7% and +4.35%.


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