Welcome to the Future of Mentoring.

My Mentor Finder is a free platform to match mentors and mentees at any stage of their career and in any industry or business.

Mentoring takes place online so that more people can be reached and members are not restricted to mentors near their home.

My Mentor Finder aims to change how people view mentoring and make it simple to engage in, and to end when the time is right. Once you gain the skills you need or you have shared your knowledge you can move on to another mentoring agreement and this isn’t negative, it encourages more people to share the time they have without worrying about making a huge commitment.

Skill sharing can take place at any stage of a career and does not have to be a long-term arrangement. You can agree to exchange specific skills and learnings, or to work over a longer period of time, depending on your needs. You can also pause your account at any time to enable you to manage your schedule and workload.

Finding a mentor can be difficult as a student, graduate, trainee or early in your career as you have not yet built up your network or you may not yet have the confidence to approach someone. For executives it can be difficult because there are few people in your position or higher.

For those in small businesses, start-ups and for entrepreneurs it can be a bit of a lonely road and you are not surrounded by colleagues to ask for advice and guidance.

My Mentor Finder encourages skill sharing across levels and industries. You may have been in your career for decades and need to learn social media or technology skills, and so a recent graduate could be a great person to mentor you. In return they have the opportunity to speak with a senior person and gather meaningful career insights.

You can sign up to find or become a mentor for FREE today.

Mentoring is not just for corporate careers, transferrable skills are real and valuable. So whatever career path you choose from performing arts, to dentistry, to fitness and beyond; everyone can find a great mentor here.