Finding College and Career Mentors

learn how to find a network of supportive mentors.
Next Session
Monday, July 24, 2017 
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM EST 
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A major part of success in college is finding a mentor to offer guidance, wisdom and understanding. A mentor could be a trusted adult or someone your age or a bit older. You could have just one or many mentors to support you in getting ‘to and through’ college. Their #1 job is to help you become the very best person and student possible. But where do you start in finding these people? How do you know if someone is the right person to help you achieve your career and college goals? Join this web class and find out!


Quinton Lampkin,

Founder/CEO, Scholar Navigator 


Quinton holds two graduates degrees: a Master of Sociology & Education (MA) from Columbia University’s Teachers College, NYC; and a Master of Politics, Development, Democratic Education (MPhil) from University of Cambridge, UK.


He has worked for several nationally-known educational organizations including the "I Have A Dream" Foundation. Quinton has been the recipient of the Education Pioneers Fellowship, the Coca-Cola Scholarship and the Bill & Melinda Gates Millennium Scholarship. 

what you will learn
  • Understand the importance of mentors in supporting college success

  • Learn how to find a support network of mentors

  • Determine if a mentor is a ‘good fit’ or ‘not a good fit’ for you

who should attend
  • High School Students in grades 9, 10, 11 and 12th 


Scholar Navigator is an education consulting firm that works with K-12 schools, community-based organizations and postsecondary institutions to help students complete critical milestones on their journey towards college and career success. 

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