MentorMatch

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A partnership between InternMatch and Study Melbourne. Building confidence and social connectedness for Victoria’s international students

About MentorMatch

MentorMatch is a mentor matching software and program designed to build confidence and social connectedness. It also provides retired and working professionals with the opportunity to share knowledge, offer practical advice, and empower students to grow personally and professionally.

Research has revealed that mentorship helps both mentees and mentors develop perspective, build confidence, gain new skills and knowledge, and further their respective personal development and career goals.

Our delivery of MentorMatch ensures that you feel supported in a safe online environment, have the option to self-select your mentee or mentor based on their profile, and can enjoy our premium matching capability using artificial intelligence.

Build

Build social connectedness and a relationship with a mentor who can guide you.

Gain

Gain wisdom and clarity on your life, career path, and how you can develop your career

Grow

Grow your local network and get involved in your community

Belong

Find a sense of belonging and establish yourself and your skills

How it works

Learn how our machine learning algorithm analyses mentors and mentees in our system to provide a calculated match for you based on your requirements

1. Registration

Complete your online MentorMatch profile and learn how MentorMatch works

2. Matching

MentorMatch platform will suggest a good mentoring fit

3. Selection

Confirm your match and read through your mentors profile

4. Participation

Kick off your mentorship journey, backed by MentorMatch

What participants have to say

I learnt how to build up my resilience, how to be more confident in myself, how to express myself better, how to work better with other people. And at the same time [my mentor] helped me understand myself a lot better - it's been a great journey with MentorMatch
Maika Tran, Mentee
The greatest lessons I learned was building those lateral ways of thinking – how to negotiate, how to deal with people, critical thinking. I saw how [my mentor] dealt with conflict, how he dealt with difficult times, and the patience and empathy I need to develop as a young person
Rahul Samaranay, Menteeake
I love helping young people, especially international students, develop their skills and find hope. There's nothing more rewarding than investing in the leaders of tomorrow! If I could, I'd have a giant net to catch every single student who comes into Melbourne airport
Domenic Saporito, Mentor

Would you like to join the program?

Complete the form below and our team will be in touch