Mark Jackson

January 1, 1970

As a member of my undergraduate university’s College of Business Advisory Board, I was asked to lead the effort of identify an effective tool for student mentoring. The focus was to find a tool that was consistent with how students both interacted and communicated in their daily relationships and would integrate into our alumni mentor program structure.

While our search for the right tool surveyed several solutions, we finally settled on Thirty2gives’ unique approach and App. Both the process and tool are flexible and effective in managing the complexity of mentoring in today’s challenging environment. Throughout this process, the Thirty2give team has also been fantastic to work with. They quickly addressed issues unique to our usage approach, which were identified in our proof-of-concept evaluation pilot. They also have provided both council and direct facilitation for training and implementation of the program. While the university continues to prepare for the program’s full rollout and implementation, we now have a tool that will serve both our students and their alumni mentors well, now and into the future.

I fully recommend Thirty2give as a 5 Star mentoring App!


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