Join our growing mentor community.
We’re looking for tech enthusiasts that are passionate about new, challenging, cutting-edge technologies. If that sounds like you, this could be a good fit.
Meet some of our top mentors
Puja has over 7 years of experience in programming, application development, and management consulting across companies like EY, Accenture, Cognizant, and Capgemini. She says, “I feel what kept me here (Udacity) was "Appreciation", be it from the students or the team, it made me feel happy to be a Udacian.”
Director of Data Analytics
Rob has a rich experience of 21 years across management consulting and product development with PwC, Deloitte, Vodafone, and Telus. He says, “When my journey with Udacity started in 2011, that’s when I wanted to get even more involved in the world of data and analytics.”
Developer Relations Engineer, Mozilla
Matt, on his relationship with the Udacity learners - “I feel a connection with people striving to be better than they were the day before. It's always nice to get messages from former students and watch them find their path.” He has also worked with American Airlines for more than 8 years.
2. Take Assessments: Next, take a short technical assessment followed by a situational test to verify that your skills meet the needs of Udacity students.
3. Review Course Content: Review the content of the Nanodegree program in which you have applied and pass corresponding projects, along with the Mentorship Nanodegree program that teaches you how to be an effective mentor.
4. Start Mentoring: After basic onboarding, begin helping students with their coursework through our custom-built dashboard. That’s it!