3 Benefits of Mentoring

We’ve all been there – in need of someone to guide us through a process, whether that be school-related, such as the college application process, or something personal that you seek someone’s opinion on. It’s impossible that we don’t require help at some point – and at each stage in our life, we will always look to those more older, experienced, and knowledgeable than us. There is a certain comfort to knowing that no matter how old you get, you can always find help in a mentor. In this article, I’ll outline benefits to mentoring – a process that benefits both the mentor and mentee, and is extremely rewarding.

5 Places to Look If You’re in Need of a Mentor

In this article, we’ll be covering different places you can explore if you’re in need of a mentor. The professional world is built on people being able to learn from each other and their experiences, and many of us might be struggling to get our footing in our own careers. Regardless of your career path or position, mentors are an invaluable way of getting guidance and insight into your industry, all while broadening your network.

Unveiling the Myths and Truth about Networking

During the era of COVID-19, individuals might be seeking out guidance for career, internship, or college related applications. One of the most useful tools to help guide you in the process of applying or opportunity-searching is to network.

Using Linkedin to Connect with Professional Mentors

Linkedin is a great way to connect with alumni of your post-secondary institution as well as recruiters for companies that you may be interested in working at. In this article I’ll outline a couple of ways to go about obtaining a professional mentor to help you achieve your professional goals.

Virtual Volunteering: Tutor K-12 Students Whose Parents are Medical/Hospital Staff in NYC During the COVID-19 Pandemic with Columbia Volunteer Tutor Corps

The General Intelligence(s) team came across a post on Instagram from Columbia Volunteer Tutor Corps. We believe that their mission and goals align well with our organization and thus we wanted to communicate their initiative. Columbia Volunteer Tutor Corps is currently recruiting volunteers that can teach different K-12 subjects and courses to students in the NYC area that are the children of medical staff and hospital workers.

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