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Mentoring at Bridge.

Take a moment to reflect on your career journey up until this point. Did you have an inspirational teacher, a co-worker or a manager who took you under their wing and showed you the ropes? If so, then becoming a Bridge Mentor could be for you.

Apply as a mentorSee how it works


Our mentors are a key part of the Bridge experience for students who are looking for connections to the latest best practices and practioners. Since our program is 100% online, you'll be doing office hours and chats via your preferred method of online communication. We prefer Discord.


1. One free sponsored project of you and your mentee's choosing.

2. Access to our Private Discord group of mentors and apprentices.

3. A $1k bonus in ETH/BTC paid out when your apprentice gets placed/hired.


1. Weekly check-ins to stay in sync with your apprentice and give feedback to them.

2. Optional: First access to hire your mentee to continue their POC work in 9-month long apprenticeship or full-time role.


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- April 6th

- May 6th

- June 6th

Our Mentors

Ramon Recuero

Ramon Recuero
Maker. Product Lead at @ZeppelinOrg, Previously: @ycombinator

Preston Van Loon

Preston Van Loon
@prylabs #BUIDL @Ethereum 2.0. Formerly: @Google. scale or die

Prabhaav Bhardwaj

Prabhaav Bhardwaj
Cofounder/CEO @Stealthy, a decentralized & encrypted P2P chat app focused on privacy.

Justin Hunter

Justin Hunter
Writer. Founder of @graphitedocs.

Sina Habibian

Sina Habibian
Ethereum Foundation + other early experiments using Ethereum

Robert Bent

Robert Bent
@ethereum Advisor, @truebitprotocol first hire @ethprize @ETHSecurity

Jaynti Kanani

Jaynti Kanani
Bringing massive scale to Ethereum as Co-founder & CEO @maticnetwork

Doris Schioberg

Doris Schioberg
VP of Engineering @Cruzeo_io, Founder @Mooqita, Lecturer @UCB

Kartik Mandaville

Kartik Mandaville
Founder @ SpringRole, Ex CTO @ Science, Advising Science, Burst

Ready to become a mentor?

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is Bridge a Coding Bootcamp?

No. Our program is built for software engineers who are looking to gain new skills. In some cases they are right out of school though many have more experience.

What kind of mentorship will I be asked to provide?

You will be asked to provide a combination of career, best practices and technical advising.

How do the communication logistics work?

We leave it to you to figure out a schedule that works best for you, wether that's a weekly 1:1 call via Zoom or daily exchanges via Slack.

Does the POC project my mentee works on need to be open source?

Ideally the project is open source so that the mentee can add it to their profile on Github in order to show to potential employers.

What if I want to maintain owernship over the code developed for the POC?

If you'd like to have your mentee work on an internal product and own the IP, you can extend a paid apprenticeship offer to them and you will be assigned the IP.

How does Bridge make money?

We make money once our students get hired, students pay back their tuition once they are hired.