Our platform provides a method and location for people to participate in a powerful learning process which assures an intercultural and inter-generational exchange of knowledge and “know-how” throughout a lifetime.
Where does it take place?
Mostly online using computers, tablets and mobile devices to minimize the scheduling and geographic concerns associated with face-to-face mentoring and to benefit from asynchronous communication capabilities.
More on eMentoring
Watch this informative video.
with Professor Suzanne de Janasz
Offers web-based template to manage all youth program administrative needs through a simple and expandable portal.
Monitors and records youth participants' progress to produce evidence of program effectiveness.
Stresses online safety
Provides a safe online environment for enabling participants' to connect with desired opportunity partners.
Keeping parents, guardians and other adult stakeholders' engaged with their child's professional development strategy and progress.
Building the skill sets and mindsets essential to establishing sustainable market value for a child throughout the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Financial literacy, cultural awareness and civic responsibility are just a few of the other attributes that will contribute to a child's brilliance and strength.
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The other day I had a chance to catch up with John Blackmon. John is the Chief Technology Officer for Trivantis as well as being one of the Co-Founders of the company. And before that, John was Co-Founder and Lead Engineer at BocaSoft, a company that created various software utilities for the OS/2 operating system. […]
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