The mission behind Envision Lead Grow
is to help youth build their dream.

And we know we can’t do this alone.

When asked what has been the best part of the program…

“Connecting and building a relationship with the girls and their parents.”

“The concept, mission and vision behind the program is excellent.”

“These girls. They are such an inspiration to me.”

“…knowing that every little bit of our relationship makes a difference in both of our lives.”

“My mentees are fearless, vibrant and creative forces!”

We know there are plenty of successful persons who have a heart to give back to young students at the beginning of their journey.

WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

MENTOR STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES

Envision Lead Grow’s mentor program matches Girl Boss Mentors to small groups of Girl Bosses in accordance to interests, geographic location, and Envision Lead Grow cohort. These standards and guidelines are meant to help mentors avoid situations that might reflect unfavorably on themselves or the Envision Lead Grow organization. They do not cover every situation and do not replace a need to exercise prudent care and good judgment.


Eligibility Screening

Mentors authorize the completion of required background checks to cover criminal history, driving records, personal interviews and other forms of screening as deemed appropriate.

Commitment

Mentors are steadfast in their commitment to the standards and guidelines of Envision Lead Grow.

Maintain Confidentiality

Mentors act in the best interest of the Envision Lead Grow organization and ensure confidentiality, taking care to protect against inadvertent disclosure.

Inclusive Attitude

Mentors value the diverse intellectual, economic, spiritual, and personal traits of their mentees.

Accountability

Mentors commit to at least 1 hour per month to contact or meet with mentees, review assignments in ELG portal and submit written notes /reports with the staff of Envision Lead Grow on the mentees needs, goals and progress in the program.

Mentor’s Role and Responsibilities includes:

  • Being supportive of the student’s business and their pursuit
  • Inspiring the students to set and reach new academic heights and goals
  • Providing opportunities for the students to develop valuable research skills
  • Keeping their students “on-track”; the students should be held accountable for their time and quality of work and effort.
  • Reporting to the program staff any needs /concerns regarding the students or portal
  • Meeting program deadlines, guidelines for submitting surveys, evaluations, and completes all other challenges as required by the program

Would YOU like to help students build their dreams?

If you would like to learn how you can support our young women through the ELG Mentorship Program, please email Mentor Relations.