Use your experience to guide Spain’s most innovative and young entrepreneurs

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Support LEINN undergraduate students to incubate their innovative ideas!

Mondragon Team Academy together with the Faculty of Engineering of Mondragon Unibertsitatea and Bridge For Billions, are launching the third edition of this incubation program. The objective is for the group entrepreneurs of the LEINN Degree in Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Innovation and students of the Faculty of Engineering to put their entrepreneurial skills into practice in the real world.

It is a unique opportunity to contribute and support young leaders and innovators who will carry out the solutions of the future.

As a mentor, you will learn to use Bridge for Billions' validated entrepreneurship methodology, which will provide you with everything you need. Your mission will be to guide one of the projects through the program as they move their project forward.

Apply to be a mentor and..

When and where you want

Mentor from anywhere and at any time through our online platform

Meet innovative young entrepreneurs

Connect with innovative entrepreneurs and mentor top-rated projects

Expand your network

Join a global network of +1.800 professionals that share your same interests

Grow as a professional

Learn everything you need about the latest entrepreneurship methodologies

Boost your skills

Develop your own mentoring skills while helping a project grow: leadership, empathy, innovation methodologies...

Be part of the change

Help entrepreneurs facing the most complex problems of our time

Selection criteria:

The deadline to apply is in...


New deadline! October 6th, 2021

And now? …

September 30th
September 30th

Request your spot

Tell us about yourself, your experience and profile. The more details you can give us, the better. We chose mentors with entrepreneurial experience and motivated to support innovative projects.

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October 13th and 21st
October 13th and 21st

Onboarding sessions

We will invite you to an online training session (one and a half hours) where you will learn more about the program, your role and our methodology. Two dates:

  • October 13th
  • October 21st
From November, 8th to February 13th
From November, 8th to February 13th

The adventure starts now!

From here, your incubation program starts. A normal week for a program mentor will be a mix of partial monitoring through the platform and a video call or weekly meeting with your entrepreneur to assess their progress.


The best incubation tools

The Bridge for Billions methodology is based on developing a business plan from scratch while participants are surrounded by a supportive community: mentors, fellow entrepreneurs and our incubation team.

Our online incubation tools allow entrepreneurs to experiment, research and document their ideas step-by-step so that at the end of the program they can download their own business plan in PDF.

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Questions about the program?

During the duration of the program, you will have to meet once a week with your entrepreneur for 1 hour mentoring meetings. In addition to that, we recommend always dedicating at least 30 extra minutes to review and validate progress on the platform, and go to the meetings prepared. 

You must be able to use a laptop or desktop computer (not a tablet or cell phone) and preferably one of these browsers: Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox. We expect you to have a powerful and reliable Internet connection both for your weekly review on the platform and to participate in the calls with your entrepreneur via videoconference..

As a mentor, you will have a positive impact on someone’s life. You’ll meet and connect with students with innovative ideas and develop your mentoring skills, gaining exposure to the latest innovation and entrepreneurship methodologies while helping a startup grow.

Yes, however, we ask you to be realistic with your time commitment. We do not want anyone to overcommit or set expectations that they will not be able to meet due to lack of time.

To facilitate the matching process between mentors and mentees, or as we call it “matching”, we have created the process of “organic matching”. 

This way, you will have the opportunity to meet the different participating projects, invite them to a “Virtual Coffee” to get to know the ideas in detail and then both parties can decide if they want to work together or not. This way we make sure that we create solid and lasting mentoring relationships.

No, all mentors in this program are volunteers.

Your role as a mentor will consist on guiding your entrepreneurs throughout the Incubation process. Using the online tools as a guide, you will help your entrepreneurs validate their strategies throughout the program and support them through the virtual meeting once a week. The tools cover:

  1. Value proposition
  2. Competitor map
  3. Stakeholder map
  4. Business and marketing model
  5. Pricing and business viability
  6. Financial projections
  7. Impact plan
  8. Growth plan

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