Mentoring @ the Study Center
We connect students with mentorship cohorts composed of local community members, leaders and faculty members. This "cohort" approach was pioneered in Chapel Hill by Dan Copeland and Benton Moss in 2014, when Benton (then a UNC student) and Dan gathered a group of twelve undergraduate business students and twelve business professionals. The mentor-mentee pairs met regularly independently of the group, while the group gathered monthly. In the 2016-17 year, we adapted this brilliant model to several other Chapel Hill communities (pre-professional female undergraduates and UNC law students).
We are hoping to launch two additional cohorts this coming fall. If you are interested in serving as a mentor or are a student in need of Godly council and friendship, please contact either Matt Hoehn (email@example.com) or Katharine Batchelor (firstname.lastname@example.org).
McIntyre-Whichard Legal Fellows
The McIntyre-Whichards Legal Fellows programs brings together area attorneys with students in UNC Law School's chapter of the Christian Legal Society (CLS). Starting in Fall of 2016, we have had eighteen law students and eighteen attorneys join for this program.
For more information about participating as a mentor or mentee, contact Madison Perry (email@example.com) or Andrew Simpson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Lydia Group brings together female pre-professional students with local mentors. The group is organized by a UNC aluman, Anna Hunter, and meets in her home. It began during the winter of '17. The group will either expand or be replicated again during the Fall of '17.
For more information about participating as a mentor or mentee, contact Katharine Batchelor (email@example.com).