Online service matches mentors, students

Finding mentors to help students break into their chosen fields can be a challenge for many students, but a new service is helping to smooth out that process. Former medical school student Stephanie Bravo created StudentMentor.org, which has so far matched 6,000 professionals with 10,000 students, mostly online. "It's 90 percent online, computer to computer," Bravo said. "We're millennials. We grew up using technology. Everyone is on a gadget of some sort."

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