Research shows that mentored individuals perform better, advance quicker, and have more career satisfaction. Some of the world’s most influential leaders have mentoring relationships to help them in their quest for excellence. Did you know that Marc Andreessen (founder of Netscape) was a mentor to Mark Zuckerberg (founder of Facebook)?
The Georgia Tech mentoring program, MentorTech, is designed to meet a diverse set of needs for a diverse population. Mentor and mentees will be paired based on professional experience, a specific set of competencies, and a five-factor personality assessment. Creating the right matches is an essential goal for this program.
Georgia Tech is committed to cultivating dynamic leaders. This new mentoring program is designed to be a professional partnership between strategically paired members of our community. It is our goal that this pairing yields opportunities to share experiences within the context of a set of mutually agreed upon developmental goals.