The Mentor Method to provide services in support of George Washington Data Science Students
(ALEXANDRIA, Va. — June 1, 2017) — The Mentor Method has entered into a partnership with the George Washington University’s Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, Master’s in Data Science program with the goal to provide mentor-matching and job placement for its diverse student population. The partnership is designed to create tech opportunities for motivated students including women, minorities and international students, seeking employment opportunities and mentorship from the tech industry’s leading companies. Through mentorship, training, and seamless integration, our mission is to create inclusive workplace cultures through introducing diverse tech talent that is often overlooked.
“It’s challenging to get your first big break when you don’t have a strong network that can open doors for you. It’s easy to get lost in the resume shuffle” said Janice Omadeke, founder, and CEO of The Mentor Method. “The partnership with the School of Arts and Sciences is an incredible opportunity to change the norms of diverse hiring through mentorship.”
“We want to provide every opportunity for our diverse and incredibly talented student population to land the job of their dreams, Janice and her team are helping us achieve that goal” Brian Wright Co-Director Data Science Master’s Program at GWU.
The Mentor Method’s patent-pending algorithm and platform will create mentor connections that will help future tech professionals receive authentic, practical advice to take them beyond a simple certification and make them successful employees with a stronger understanding of professional acumen.’
The Mentor Method, a female, minority-owned company based in Alexandria, Va., creates inclusive workplace cultures through mentoring diverse tech talent. For more information, visit www.thementormethod.com.