connect with 112 professionals to explore your career choices
HOW IT WORKS
Students • Job Seekers • Professionals
Signing up as volunteer career advisor, advisee, or both is fast and easy.
Job Seekers and students
browsecareer mentors and
are notified when there’s a match.
Participants request a meeting and propose times for a phone or video chat.
Job Seekers and students send a thank-you to their mentor for their advice and guidance.
WHO DO WE HELP?
Most low income students go to community college, so by providing them with more access to resources to help them with their career decisions will increase their chances of successfully transferring to get a bachelor’s degree. Nationally, just 36% of low-income transfer students complete a B.A. compared with 44% of middle and upper income students. Our community provides a network of alumnis from all over the country to provide students with the tools they need to succeed.
Job Training Programs
Not only is our service available to the general public, but we partner with organizations like Job Corps to connect our volunteers with students from underserved communities. Job Corps is a no-cost education and vocational training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor that helps young people ages 16 through 24 improve the quality of their lives through vocational and academic training.