You may think that apprenticeship and higher education are opposites – choose one or the other. But not so! Depending on your chosen field, a college education may be necessary, and that doesn’t leave mentorship out of it.
Mentorship can happen concurrently with college studies, as it has for decades in fields such as law, medicine, and politics. With some students, mentorship will provide all the training a young person needs to be prepared; with others, a college degree may be necessary.
Either way, a real-life mentorship should be considered a critical component of your higher education.
Becoming a part of the AME database doesn’t cost you anything or commit you to being part of a specific apprenticeship or mentorship. It just lets us know you’re interested in mentorship opportunities, and it allows you to join the network of other like-minded apprentices and mentors.
AME has become a bridge between Christian business leaders and young adults seeking to implement Christian values in the workplace. We’re here to help mentors connect with young people. There’s no cost to participate. To find out more about joining AME as a potential mentor or apprentice, click here.