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EO Mentorship is awesome.  It enriches relationships aimed at high-level leadership and personal development. Throughout the mentorship process, Mentees work toward goals they’ve set and establish personal accountability, while Mentors support them through their own personal experience and wisdom.

The Mentorship relationships last 10-12 months, during which the Mentee and Mentor meet face-to-face for one to three hours each month to work toward setting and realizing personalized, measurable and attainable goals. Mentees drive the relationship, with an EO Mentorship Chair checking in periodically to ensure healthy progress. After a year, the relationship ends with a celebration of achievements. As a way to “pay it forward,” Mentees are encouraged to serve as a Mentor to an EO Accelerator and EO GSEA participant, or another EO member.

Please contact if you’re interested.

Business Meeting

Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) is a global educational nonprofit focused on bringing the power of entrepreneurship to youth in low-income communities. NFTE offers a wide range of programs designed to be engaging and flexible online or in person. You can learn about them here - Most of the sessions are less than 2 hours and can be taken up as per your schedule.

They teach the next generation the entrepreneurial mindset and skills that leads to college, career and life success. As a mentor you help 1. guide students as they learn about entrepreneurship and develop critical skills, 2. challenge students to step outside their comfort zone and explore career aspirations 3. develop relationships that promote mutual trust 4. connect students to resources, communicates and other opportunities More details here -

Business Meeting
Bryant University Entrepreneurship Program

Guest Speaker for entrepreneurs

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