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About Mentoring Leaders 4 Impact

Through this innovative program, we empower first-generation college students to develop leadership, communication, and professional skills through mentoring relationships and networking opportunities.

What is the Need?

Research from www.ihep.org tells us that mentoring helps college students to attain their goal of a college degree. Mentoring relationships offer essential career, social, and emotional support. Mentoring leads to strong academic results and helps students to engage actively in campus life.  To learn more about mentoring, college access and success read the full report here.

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Mentoring Makes an Impact

Image Impact International’s commitment to mentoring first began in 2015 through collaboration with college students at York University Toronto.  Qualified Mentors from Image Impact International were paired with Mentees from www.AIESEC.org. Our successful pilot programs encouraged students to develop as campus leaders.

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Why We Mentor First-Generation College Students  

We provide first-generation college students with opportunities to connect and network with professionals on workplace success topics. Here is what one Mentee had to say about Image Impact International’s Mentoring Leaders 4 Impact speaker:

The presentation Daphne Magna held for the entire local chapter was engaging, insightful, and interactive. She took time explaining cultural intelligence concepts to ensure everyone understood, and the Team Leadership content was relevant as she tailored all of her advice. The overall feedback from the members was very positive. They enjoyed participating and loved the presentation, saying Daphne was relatable, relevant, down-to-earth, informative, and inspirational. We would love to have her speak again! 

  • Katarina Knezevic, Class of 2017, Schulich School of Business | York University Toronto

To bring Mentoring Leaders 4 Impact to your campus or get involved contact us at mentor@imageimpact.org.