Virtual Learning

Looking forward to the future.

Virtual Learning

Looking forward to the future.

Virtual Learning

Looking forward to the future.

Innovating Ways to Spread Education
in Poverty Stricken Countries

It felt like overnight schools around the world were being closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Teachers were scrambling to try and come up with ways to teach and connect with their students online.

Our Centers for Education and Mentoring throughout the world closed as well due to this pandemic, but thanks to careful planning and strategic initiatives by our team, we were “ahead” of the curve and had solutions for these unforeseen challenges.

Innovating Ways to Spread Education
in Poverty Stricken Countries

It felt like overnight schools around the world were being closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Teachers were scrambling to try and come up with ways to teach and connect with their students online.

Our Centers for Education and Mentoring throughout the world closed as well due to this pandemic, but thanks to careful planning and strategic initiatives by our team, we were “ahead” of the curve and had solutions for these unforeseen challenges.

How We Virtually Mentor & Teach

As an organization, we are continually looking for ways to improve our programs and services. Since 2017, Mentors International has continually made significant progress and investments into our virtual learning and mentoring model.

Some of the key components of our virtual model include:

Standardized Online Curriculum

Trained Instructors Present During Classes

Robust Online Database

Utilizing Virtual Platforms

Through mentorship, the mentees are not only inspired to reach their goals, but they often go on to inspire and mentor others. Their success ripples throughout the community, uplifting all as they create a more prosperous society.

How We Virtually Mentor & Teach

As an organization, we are continually looking for ways to improve our programs and services. Since 2017, Mentors International has made significant progress and investments into a virtual learning and mentoring model.

Some of the key components of our virtual model included:

Standardized Online Curriculum

Training Instructors Present During Classes

Robust Online Database

Utilizing Virtual Platforms

Through mentorship, the mentees are not only inspired to reach their goals, but they often go on to inspire and mentor others. Their success ripples throughout the community, uplifting all as they create a more prosperous society.

Today all of our vocational training classes are available virtually through our online platform. Our Virtual Learning platform means that location is no longer and obstacle to receiving training.  

While these individuals may be living in developing countries cell phone technology has advanced greatly so that these students are still able to “attend and complete” their courses. Our virtual model is allowing us to reach many more waiting for their chance to be lifted out of poverty.

Students of all ages are able to take our vocational training and business development courses. No one is turned away. There is no monetary cost for our vocational courses. Instead, students “pay” for their education by performing 40-hours of approved and structured community service.

While our physical classrooms were temporarily shut down because of COVID-19, our students were not left alone and without support. Today, we are continually moving forward, mentoring and training these students enabling them to lift themselves out of their generational poverty and find success.

Today all of our vocational training classes are available virtually through our online platform.

While these individuals may be living in developing countries cell phone technology has advanced greatly so that these students are still able to “attend and complete” their courses. Our virtual model is allowing us to reach many more waiting for their chance to be lifted out of poverty.

Students of all ages are able to take our vocational training and business development courses. No one is turned away. There is no monetary cost for our vocational courses. Instead, students “pay” for their education by performing 40-hours of approved and structured community service.

While our physical classrooms were shut down because of COVID-19, our students were not left alone and without support. Today, we are continually moving forward, mentoring and training these students enabling them to lift themselves out of their generational poverty and find success.

Today, we provide our courses both in-person and virtually. Providing our classes at a variety of times throughout the day there are more opportunities for students to work while taking vocational training.

Today all of our vocational training classes are available virtually through our online platform. Our Virtual Learning platform means that location is no longer and obstacle to receiving training.  

While these individuals may be living in developing countries cell phone technology has advanced greatly so that these students are still able to “attend and complete” their courses. Our virtual model is allowing us to reach many more waiting for their chance to be lifted out of poverty.

Students of all ages are able to take our vocational training and business development courses. No one is turned away. There is no monetary cost for our vocational courses. Instead, students “pay” for their education by performing 40-hours of approved and structured community service.

While our physical classrooms were temporarily shut down because of COVID-19, our students were not left alone and without support. Today, we are continually moving forward, mentoring and training these students enabling them to lift themselves out of their generational poverty and find success.

While these individuals may be living in developing countries cell phone technology has advanced greatly so that these students are still able to “attend and complete” their courses. Our virtual model is allowing us to reach many more waiting for their chance to be lifted out of poverty.

Students of all ages are able to take our vocational training and business development courses. No one is turned away. There is no monetary cost for our vocational courses. Instead, students “pay” for their education by performing 40-hours of approved community service.

While our physical classrooms were temporarily shut down in the middle of the semester, our students were not left alone and without support. Today, we are still moving forward, mentoring and training these students enabling them to lift themselves out of their generational poverty and find success.

Our multi-year investments in technology for our vocational training and mentoring courses have prepared us for a time like today. We commit to pushing ahead during the Coronavirus shutdowns, to make sure that our organization not only survives, but comes out on the other side of this stronger than before.

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