MENTOR CRITERIA

Becoming a GVP mentor is an investment of time, energy, and heart. To ensure the best possible outcomes for both mentees and mentors, we want you to understand the criteria and responsibilities that go into this invaluable support role. LEARN MORE >

ONLINE MENTOR TRAININGS

Before becoming a mentor, we ask that you complete a series of online modules that cover topics related to best mentoring practices, relationship building, safety and security in working with GVP students and alumnae, and more. READ MORE >

UPCOMING EVENTS

Each month, our Mentor Coordinator helps us organize events that allow you and your mentee to spend time together outside of school. View upcoming events >

FOR GVP PARENTS

WHY YOUR DAUGHTER NEEDS A MENTOR

If you’re a GVP parent or family member, we want you to know how GVP’s mentor program helps your daughter receive the best possible education. Click here to read more about it >

What has being part of the GVP mentoring program meant to you?

"Meh Sod has made it a joy to be a mentor. She's like family at this point. In the beginning I was the one who had so much to learn - how high school worked, how to get the things you need from counselors, and how to get through the college application process. But the amount of support we get from the GVP mentor program under Michelle Kuperman's leadership is amazing. We always had opportunities as a group to go to concerts, plays or poetry readings. That allowed us to build our relationship and it gave us things to talk about and learn together. I've also enjoyed the support I have received from the other mentors. We all mentor and support one another."

- Mary Lou McCloskey, GVP Mentor