Change the life of an SEO Scholar. Build a deep and lasting relationship. Help navigate the college admissions process. Teach students the professional skills they’ll need to take the work world by storm. Join a community of like-minded professionals.
SEO Scholar Mentors spend 2 hours for 12 Saturdays (over the school year) with their mentees, building deep and meaningful relationships, and supporting the development of critical life skills such as interviewing, resume building, and networking.
We’ve filled all mentor spots for this school year!
To receive the mentor application link next spring and to learn about other opportunities to stay involved, please contact email@example.com.
“From the start, Olivia was determined to help me succeed. She asked me about school and my family and seemed genuinely interested in someone she didn’t even know. She was set on helping me build up my confidence and getting me into a top school, like I had always dreamed of. Throughout our relationship, she has encouraged me to step outside my comfort zone, helped raise my SAT score just in time for college admissions, connected me with alumni from the school I’ll be attending, stayed up late editing my college essays, and most importantly, showed me that the circumstances in which I grew up in do not define me or my future. I’m thankful for Olivia, thankful for SEO, and I hope that more adults decide to play the role in a Scholar’s life that Olivia has in mine.”
“My parents are immigrants who did not attend college in the U.S. and do not have experience with the college application process. I’m happy to have another adult at SEO to get advice from in addition to my program manager and instructors. I can ask Wes my questions and feel reassured that things will be okay.”
SEO Scholars mentor candidates should be:
- College graduates located in New York City or San Francisco
- Committed to attending twelve two-hour sessions with their mentee throughout the school year
- Willing to submit to a background check conducted by SEO
- Passionate about education and providing opportunities to underserved public high school students
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.