9mentors project objectives:
9Mentors is an educational and networking infrastructure that enables users of differing skills and backgrounds to connect around common issues and work towards a solution in convenient and affordable way, all while gaining new skills and experiences and creating a knowledge database. As such, the main objectives of 9Mentors are:
To disrupt the current ineffective methods of online education.
To provide an environment where people can create and share knowledge, which would establish an easily accessible global education database.
To help communities overcome any problems they might have through guided collaboration between all its members and more experienced mentors.
To provide an opportunity for people to educate others through mentorship or, inversely, to find an appropriate mentor that can guide them through any issue they might have.
To enable the most efficient infrastructure which would support the evolution of society in a natural way.
To promote mentoring as a global movement which can empower and help people grow much faster both as mentors and as mentees at the same time.
To raise environmental and social consciousness among different global communities through education and collaborative efforts.
To provide all the members of society: civil, private, public and government sectors with the most efficient infrastructure which would enable them to easily connect and work on identification of the problems, discussions on solution, creation of action plans and execution of the projects in order to handle all important local and global challenges.
To provide the most relevant database of information which will enable members to easily find appropriate partners and peers to start some business ventures together and empower recruiters and employers to find most appropriate employees.
In short, we expect this platform to become a new standard on how people learn online, how they communicate, collaborate and share knowledge, how projects are being implemented and companies run, how people are recruited, how education material is created and distributed and how governments and public bodies could engage private and civil sector into direct communication, planning and implementation of their action.