Increasingly, college programs have set their sights on what many already know: mentorship helps lead to success.
While this isn’t news to some, mentorship programs as a whole may not be as high-priority for already under-resourced universities with limited bandwidth to take on new projects or expand and update older ones. However, mentorship programs have been demonstrated to be a key factor in equalizing success for students, particularly ones that may begin with a disadvantage.
Download this whitepaper to learn more about:
- The research that demonstrates the impact of mentorship in both women's educations and careers
- How universities are addressing this need for students and alumni
- Key aspects to consider when launching your own mentorship program