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G-Force Mentorship

G-Force Mentors help high school and college students with navigating the higher education system. Attending college is a stressful process, and G-Force Mentors are trained to remove as many barriers as possible so students may achieve their goals. Primary services offered by the G-Force Mentors area assistance with completing college admissions applications, financial aid applications, providing insight on different forms of higher education, and whatever other services students and their families need.

How to Join G-Force

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Visit UNT Handshake and search for our G-Force Mentorship Programs in Denton, the Consulate of Mexico at Dallas, and Frisco! 

Students who participate in the G-Force Mentorship Program gain valuable skills to pursue their career and educational goals. The G-Force program has shown to increase retention and graduation rates for a diverse range of students from racial and economic backgrounds, with over 95%of our mentors graduating from UNT the last several years. Regardless of major, G-Force mentors walk away with customer service, presenting and other highly marketable skills.

The UNT G-Force Program is an initiative sponsored through the Texas Work-Study Mentorship Program. G-Force is a critical part of the Office of Outreach and our ability to help students access higher education through advising, tutoring, and mentoring. The UNT G-Force program offers various services to assist students with navigating the college exploration process and excelling academically.

G-Force offers mentor and tutoring services for high school and college students. Parents and educational partners also may utilize services through the G-Force program. Currently, UNT G-Force collaborates with 12 districts in the North Texas Region through site GO Centers housed on high school campuses. The THECB defines GO Centers as resources for creating a school-wide college-going culture and promoting higher education opportunities. Current school district partners include:G-Force also assists college students at UNT and with our community college partners in the DFW area. Our mentors and tutors are also available to help high school and college students at events throughout the academic year with workshops that fall in line with the four goals set forth by the THECB 60x30TX Initiative.