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What is takes to be a mentor at Savoir
Our volunteers at Savoir must adhere to all our values and ethics regarding academic integrity, honesty, and more.
Please read this page in its entirety before returning back to the volunteer form.
What are a mentor's responsibilities?
Learn about the responsibilities here. Please only apply if you’re certain that you can commit time to your position and carry out your tasks responsibly.
The goal of our mentorship program is to provide accurate advice straight from a college student.
A mentor-mentee relationship is built on honesty and transparency, so our mentors must uphold those qualities. Mentors must be eager and able to learn more about the college admissions process through our short training process. Mentors must be willing to help high school students in their journey of applying to college and be open to sharing advice, tips, and their own experiences.
Once you’re matched with a mentee, please make sure you’re sticking to our guidelines.
Please note that all volunteers are subject to a background check.
What exactly do you do?
Any other questions? Please email us!
Possible questions that you may have
Your mentor will meet with you twice a semester. After each meeting, you will fill out the feedback form listed in the menu above in order to allow the mentor (and us) to prepare and accommodate for your next meeting.
If you haven’t received a response from your counterpart after 3 days, please contact us and we will reach out and/or match you to a new individual.
Email us at email@example.com with information. We will be in contact shortly with you.
Savoir mentoring is a 100% free service. Now and always. No catch!