Many entrepreneurs and business people often cite someone from their school days or early careers as having a profound impact on their eventual success. At the Business of Good Foundation, we believe mentoring offers greater impact than funding alone.
We also believe current mentoring models often forsake those who might most benefit from guidance and counsel of experienced business executive and entrepreneurs.
An example of our innovative approach to mentoring is American Mentors. By using internet-based technology, this program greatly expands opportunities for mentors to reach underserved students. An ever evolving approach to mentoring, the American Mentors case study encapsulates how BGF can integrate technology, organizations, and engaged philanthropist.