Vygo commits $100k to student mentor training

14 Nov 2019

This article was originally published by PIE News. 

Australia peer-to-peer mentoring startup, Vygo, has announced it will commit AUD$100,000 towards a new platform to train student mentors in a bid to help Australian universities ensure their international and domestic students succeed.

“We’re passionate mentors, and we really believe in the opportunities, not just for the mentees but the mentors,” said Vygo chief executive and co-founder Ben Hallett.

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The founders of Vygo went through the UQ Ventures ilab Accelerator program. Vygo is a mobile platform that facilitates peer-to-peer tutoring for university students.