A New Way To Fund Students’ Education
MentorWorks provides Income Share Agreement (ISA) financing as an alternative to student loans – enabling students to launch their careers without the heavy burden of debt. Through a hybrid fund and support model, MentorWorks offers ISA financing with career development & professional mentoring, and access to employers.
How we work
With our MentorWorks’ ISA, educational partners are able to offer an innovative alternative to traditional student loans, while also offering support of positive employement outcomes.
Our ISAs are typically used as “gap funding” so students who may have had to drop out of a program would have a new option to look toward to help finish their education.
With our “fund and support” approach, we’re helping students and our educational partners navigate their way to successful completion of their program and a pathway to a career.
Current Education Partners
About Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology
Founded in 1908 in Boston, Massachusetts, Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology (BFIT) is one of New England’s oldest colleges of technology. Started with a bequest from Benjamin Franklin, and a matching gift from Andrew Carnegie, the private non-profit college offers affordable education for people seeking technical careers.
About Stack Education
Stack Education was built on the belief that learning is continuous, contagious, and that knowledge should be accessible to all. They are deeply concerned that the acceleration of technology has produced a world where change occurs at an unrivaled speed, leading to immense skills gaps that leaves jobs unfilled and individuals underemployed.
Stack Education, in partnership with institutions for higher learning, wants to change that.
Stack’s experience in both traditional and startup higher education institutions informs their commitment to ensuring that local community colleges, state colleges, and regional universities remain pillars in their communities by serving as the primary educators for market-driven skills.
The team at Stack Education believes that higher education institutions should be the centers of lifelong learning in their communities, where students don’t just enroll for a two or four-year degree, but are always able to learn and develop new skills. They want to cultivate engaging discussions in the classroom that spillover to the outside world.
About Tuck Business Bridge Program
Designed for top liberal arts, science, and engineering students, the Tuck Bridge program delivers a comprehensive business curriculum taught by Tuck’s top-ranked MBA faculty, a capstone team project, recruiting, and one-on-one career guidance. Students will become comfortable in key areas such as financial accounting, marketing strategy and tactics, managerial economics, business decision making, corporate finance, and more.
The Tuck Bridge program sessions are offered in December, June and July. Visit the Tuck Bridge website http://bridge.tuck.dartmouth.edu/ for more information regarding this program or email TuckBridge@dartmouth.edu.
About XR Terra
Start the AR and VR Developer Program with no upfront cost.
Pay back your tuition with a small percentage of your future income for a fixed period of time, up to a maximum cap without incurring interest.