Group Mentoring Program

After you’ve applied to become a mentor and you’ve been assigned your group of mentees, everything you’ll need to kick things off with your group can be found here.


Getting Started

First, check out the Group Mentor Guide. This will walk you through some of the components that make EDGE unique, as well as provide answers to our most commonly asked questions. You'll also find best practices provided by our current mentors for launching your group. To learn more about how the first year typically looks, check out the EDGE Group's First-Year Lifecycle and our Year One Call Plan.


First Activity

Once you've finished exploring the Group Mentor Guide, download the Lifeline Activity to share with your mentees. This should be the first activity your group walks through together over the first few calls.


Next Steps

If your group has completed the Lifeline Activity and is unsure of what topic to cover next, you can use our Topics Assessment to help guide you, or refer to our list of curated resources. You can also reach out to one of our guest mentors, who are available as a resource to your group.

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The EDGE Mentoring experience bridges the gap between work, home, and faith.

Below, you'll find the resources that we've curated for mentors to use when deciding on the topics for their groups to discuss together.