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- DIYguru onboard DIY Mentors who are experienced in a particular skillset. They deploy one mentor to each partner High school & College. DIY Mentors are embedded in area schools and work with students by teaching courses, providing coaching and counselling, and applying maker culture change techniques to motivate students.
- Due to the lack of proper mentoring and exposure to tier 2 and tier 3 colleges, students have to face difficulty in finding out the appropriate mentors for their projects and this is when this platform comes in handy.
- DIYguru has a separate portal for competitions in makers field where students can get to know about the upcoming and internationally acclaimed events.
- DIYguru provide mentorship to students to take responsibility so that they’d be able to do things themselves just as a preparation for their own future. The DIY Mentors begins with a listening tour of students, faculty, and community members and then helps to craft one project for the school or college. Upon doing so, they build a DIY Team of students called DIYguru Fellows. DIYguru Fellows subsequently develop and launch their own DIYguru Projects – individual projects that the students develop over the course of a year or more with the help of expert DIY mentor. DIY Fellows are also charged with responsibility of serving as “DIY Mentors” for their peers, changing school/College culture through step-by-step collaboration among the community to build a variety of projects. Over time, DIYguru Mentors work with hundreds of students to engage them in the process of helping them to discover a big idea, believe in themselves and each other, and turn their dream into reality.