sfG MentorNet is a supported mentoring platform that is used by universities, charities and businesses across the world.
The platform gives administrators time to focus on the effectiveness and value of their mentoring programme. The highly customisable system provides users the tools to reduce administration, create meaningful matches, increase engagement and communication, monitor relationships and easily report on the success of the mentoring programme.
sfG MentorNet is based in the UK and our customers are supported by our friendly and knowledgeable team.
“The system enables people to connect on a regular basis, to share and communicate. And for those of us administering the programme, we have good information about the activities that they have been involved in, who’s connected with whom and are able to help them with questions they may have about how to find a mentor or mentee and support the introduction and on-going work together. So it has worked very well for us.”
"We are committed to running other events and enhancing student engagement and development – and those take a lot of organising. sfG MentorNet frees up our time to ensure we can run those other events and activities.”
"People now expect you to have a strong online offering. The scheme used to be just face-to-face, but people now expect you to have a good online offering as well as face-to-face. I think lots of universities may want to consider that. People expect the online experience to be the same as other platforms they use in their everyday lives – and they expect it to be smooth and easy-to-use, which is what they get with sfG MentorNet.”
“The support we get from sfG MentorNet is one of the key reasons we continue to work with them. We have always found them very helpful, always willing to answer questions quickly, and sort things out. All of that customer service is incredibly useful where none of us are experts ...”
“sfG MentorNet is so efficient. It’s so good. It has reduced the time we spend on running the scheme and enabled us therefore to continue to offer this valuable service to our members – both mentors and mentees, who each say they benefit”
Brunel University London Case Study
Cambridge SU Case Study