Become a Mentor of SEN Mentorship Program


As a mentor of the SEN Mentorship program, you make yourself available to speak with founders of EdTech startups. On a pro bono basis, you provide them with knowledge and insights that are specific to your area of expertise and that are not available to them through a accelerator or incubator program of the founder’s Higher Education institution.


Mentors provide to SEN their areas of expertise and availability, SEN then matches founders and mentors on a topic and availability basis. SEN does not get involved in the mentoring relationship apart from that we monitor the quality of connections made through the program.


Founders can enter the SEN Mentorship program on a continuous basis, and can stay in the program for up to 1 year. SEN selects those founders for which the mentoring program can add value through an intake interview.


SEN expects Mentors to be available for at minimum 2 hours per month. SEN Mentors have the possibility to connect to the other mentors in the program

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