Mentorship

Mentorship Opportunities

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Campus Greensboro

Interested in mentoring high-achieving college students?

The Campus Greensboro Fellows Program is a competitive, 10-week summer program focused on preparing emerging talent to enter the workforce. We partner with 50+ local organizations in diverse fields looking to recruit the brightest students in our area for internships. While a student interns with an organization and learns industry knowledge, the Fellows Program provides soft skills/leadership training, networking opportunities with key leaders, and opportunities to explore the city as a young professional. This program is focused on increasing awareness of all that Greensboro has to offer our local college students, with the ultimate goal of retaining local college students post-graduation.

Our Mentor Program is designed to help members of Greensboro leadership share their knowledge with local college students in the Fellows Program to help guide them personally/professionally and build connections to our community. Our Fellows often say that the Mentor Program is an extremely impactful experience that helps them make career/life decisions, shapes their perception of Greensboro, and increases their confidence as young professionals.

Questions? Contact Student Engagement and Events Manager Mayessa L. Mitchell at mmitchell@actiongreensboro.org.

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Launch Greensboro

Work with innovative, up-and-coming companies.

Launch Greensboro accelerates growth for entrepreneurs starting businesses in the Greensboro/Triad area by providing education, mentoring, and access to capital.

Our 14-week accelerator program, LaunchLab Growth, works with growth-stage companies to help them move their business forward faster. We run two cohorts a year (February-May and September-December). One of the primary components of the program is a curated mentor or coach who works one-on-one with an entrepreneur for three months to provide depth of thinking, strategy, outside perspective, and a broader network. Mentors meet (virtually) with their mentee one hour/week.

The matching process is based on entrepreneurship and industry experience, skills, startup’s goals/needs, and personality.

Questions? Email Lou Anne Flanders-Stec.

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