The students come from different underrepresented communities (women, people of color, LGBTQ+, veterans, first generation college students, community college students, and those with disabilities from the across the country.
Mentoring future leaders helps develop future workforces, and also helps engage our company's associates
How Baker Hughes partnered with ProMazo for the 100k Mentor Challenge
Here's how we build a unique mentorship program for your organization
It all begins with a roll out plan
We sit down with leaders ranging from HR to Talent Acquisition and D&I to understand the best way to partner with your company.
Where do the students come from?
What is a student portfolio?
How much does it cost?
John Tarell, USC
We connect mentors to students from diverse backgrounds
Arneil Farsh, Howard University
Alicia Ramirez, UC Berkeley
Our national student pool comes from a diverse array of backgrounds, majors, and professional aspirations.
We built a national coalition of student clubs and organizations to build our mentee network.
Employees are connected to a student that matches their background, profession, and interests. A mentor can have up to five mentees a Season.
Lambs Tao, NYU
Tatianna Keller, MIT
What is the profile of an ideal mentor?
What is the length of a mentorship?
What are the commitments?
Justin Hoper, Northwestern University
Guide your mentees over a four month Season, meeting once per month
Students provide feedback
Mentees give unprecidented insight into how they view the opportunities at your company as well as the communication and leadership skills of their mentors.
Give feeback and advice
Teach the next generation how to successfully take their first steps and jump start their professional career.
Reimagine how you recruit in today's virtual age
Have an Immediate Impact
“I had never considered working in the energy industry with my focus on sustainability, but after talking with my mentor I realized how many sustainable energy opportunities existed within Baker Hughes.”
What happens at the end of a Season?
What if mentors are too busy next Season?
Can we recruit students from the program?