What do mentors do? Mentors advise and inspire through:
A mentor spends around one-hour per week dedicated to the program, but also some time before the program to review applications.
They will meet their mentees every two weeks during the program and will attend group calls with other mentors to exchange notes and develop their mentoring skills further.
Becoming a mentor:
We are currently recruiting mentors. Please reach out to Nakia Melecio if you are interested at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What are the benefits to being a member? Our mentors will:
Expertise Available: Mentors-Expectations
Our mentors eagerly anticipate engaging with developing startups that are just tapping into commercialization, leveraging a new technology or scientific discovery, and responding to unanswered medical, health, or social needs.
Your Role as Mentor:
Bi-weekly 1-on-1 check-in sessions with your teams
Attend feedback sessions
Your Role as an Advisor:
Ad-hoc meetings with teams
Attend feedback sessions (optional) if invited by the teams
Mentor Roles & Responsibiities
The program’s mentor pool consists of Entrepreneurs in Residence (EIRs), Domain Experts, and Panelists.