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Mentors. Live Q & A. On-Demand Videos. Webinars
The Grad Spark Accelerator Program does what Admissions Consultants do, but smarter. Because we care about diversity and we are committed to seeing you succeed, we connect doctoral program hopefuls who are African Americans, Latinos and Native Americans with successful US grad student mentors who coach you one-on-one through the application process. You’ll also get access to on-demand tools and resources as part of the package.
STRATEGY. COMMUNITY. INSPIRATION
"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world"
Meet Our 2017 Grad Spark Scholars
Online mentorship program will run from June – September 2017
And the Grad Spark Mentors Who Are Getting Them There
Our mentors are current students or recent graduates of the degree program you wish to coach. A strong commitment to helping others and seeing others succeed is also required.
Our mentors work on a volunteer basis out of deep passion to give back and change the world.
Our proprietary algorithm matched students with mentors based on interests, background and goals
Apply Smart. Get the Grad Spark Advantage.
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