Mentoring is a relationship in which an experienced, knowledgeable, and amazing professional helps guide an individual as they grow, develop, and enhance their career. 

We've set up a mentoring option for students and young professionals looking for support. The subject areas will be led by the client, for example: navigating the workspace, relationships on the job, networking, negotiating, growth into leadership, struggles or challenges at work or school, low self-confidence, decision-making, college readiness, challenges, etc. 

HOW: 

Virtual mentoring is done by phone or video in 30-Minute sessions. No documents are reviewed or edited during mentoring. 


INVESTMENT: 

2 sessions per/month (phone and/or video) 


4 sessions per/month  (phone and/or video) 


UNLIMITED = $300 per/month (phone, video, social media, text, or email) 

The benefits of mentoring include feeling supported in creating authentic and sustainable transformation in life throughout an academic,  career, or entrepreneurial journey. 

It is our hope that after mentoring each client will:

• Acquire the ability to make positive, strategic choices, and gain a greater awareness of who they are, what they want, and exactly how they plan to get there

• Learn real tools to let go of fear, negative thinking, and destructive influences and replace them with a sense of peace, understanding, and purpose, supporting you helping you evolve into their best self

• Feel guided into creating and finding solutions to their identified obstacles that will move them from stagnation to execution and improve their outlook on life

• Have received answers to questions related to their areas of needs such as education pursuits, starting or expanding their career, starting a business, and much more.

Mentoring is done by phone or in some cases video chat, which affords clients the convenience of calling from home, office, school, program, or any location in the world. As long as they have access to a phone or a computer, they can participate in their 1 on 1 scheduled mentoring session.

Natascha F. Saunders