Peer Mentoring

Support your daughter with trusted and positive influence from female students at nationally ranked universities.

Moxie Mentors are enrolled at these Universities:

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A safe place for her to get guidance from peers with perspective.

“I’m about to start high school and I am nervous. What should I do?”

“How did you balance school and sports when you were in eighth grade?”

“My friend just stopped talking to me and it hurt my feelings. Can I talk to you about it?”

Our mentors are trained to help preteen girls maximize their potential and provide a safe listening ear for the middle school and early high school years.


How it works

  1. Sign up for a monthly membership with Moxie Girl.

  2. Your daughter sets up her profile.

  3. She selects a mentor.

  4. Parents, daughter and selected mentor hold a kickoff call.

  5. Daughter connects with her mentor on a regular basis.


Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How does Moxie Girl select mentors?

    We receive applications of interested mentors and our team sorts through to find the top candidates. Mentors must maintain a GPA of 3.5 or higher, and must be a student in good standing at the University.

  2. Are Moxie Girl mentors trained?

    Yes, mentors go through an intensive on-boarding training with content on Emotional Intelligence, Coaching and Mentoring. Training is written and delivered from our licensed providers (teachers, counselors and psychologists who specialize in adolescence and coaching). New topics are delivered monthly.

  3. Does Moxie Girl monitor my daughter’s conversations?

    Yes, we monitor the conversations to ensure that both mentors and mentees are abiding by the Moxie code of conduct. We keep information confidential, and your daughter’s personal information is never shared with a third-party.

  4. Can my daughter switch her mentor?

    Yes. Before we switch, we will hold a meeting with you and your daughter to understand why she desires to switch and how we can improve the service to better support her.

College Girls

Interested in becoming a mentor? Email us here.

organizations:

Interested in sponsoring mentorship hours? Email us to learn how to do this.