Mentors are employees who come from a wide variety of companies ranging from unicorn startups to Fortune 500 companies with a diverse array of professional experieneces.
We want to help our students build connections with industry professionals
How universities partner with ProMazo & the 100k Mentor Challenge
Here's how we build a unique mentorship program for your students
It all begins with a roll out plan
We sit down with university leaders ranging from deans to career centers and D&I officials to understand the best way to partner with your university.
Where do the mentors come from?
What types of students are eligble for the program?
How much does it cost?
Deanna Jones, Baker Hughes
Students are connected to industry professionals
Eric Severson, Neiman Marcus Group
Stefanie Tsen, Neiman Marcus Group
Thousands of professionals are waiting to help your students successfully take the next step.
We have partnered with companies from a diverse set of industries to ensure we can help students from a variety of majors.
We find the perfect match for each student. And they can have multiple matches over their college careers.
Larry Deutsch, DVK
Kelsey Cavanaugh, Protiviti
What is the length of a mentorship?
What if a student doesn't like their selection?
What are the commitments?
Tracy Preston, Neiman Marcus Group
Mentors meet with their mentees throughout a four month Season
Paths to guide their discussions
We built a series of guides to support their discussions, laying the foundation for the relationship to thrive.
Learn from top industry professionals
Gain the insight and advice your students need to help them determine where they want to go and secure their first job.
Reimagine how students network in today's virtual age
See & Feel the Impact
“Working with my mentor completely changed my decision on what I wanted to do. Without their support, I could not have made the change, but looking back on it, I am so happy that I did.”
What happens at the end of a Season?
How does the partnership expand?
Can students remain connected with their mentors after the program?