Every Junto company gets six Mentors.

Five serve as a Mentor Team, a de facto advisory board. These Mentors are curated based on what each Junto company says it needs from a industry, market and functional standpoint. The Mentor Team meets monthly for two hours with the management team of the Junto company, to address operational and management issues the company is facing: sales, marketing, financial, human resources, technology, production/delivery, organizational structure, etc. 

The sixth Mentor is a CEO Mentor who meets one-on-one with the CEO of the Junto company monthly for two hours to address leadership issues: vision strategy, culture, cash, communication, alignment and co-founder relationships. 



Who Attends: only the CEO attends CEO Mentor meetings; full management team attends Mentor Team meetings.

Time Commitment: four hours per month for the CEO; two hours per month for the management team. 

Mentor Profile: All Mentors are seasoned CEOs, entrepreneurs and executives with no less than 15 years of operating experience. Each one is personally vetted by The Junto Institute. 


Shared Experiences

The magnitude of experience.

"The Mentor Team created for us had an amazing impact. Frankly, that’s what made us sign on the dotted line for Junto. The magnitude of experience and intelligence in the room was great." 

— Junto II CEO

Expertise to tackle problems.

"Imagine 4-6 high level executives and/or CEOs coming into your business and giving their time and expertise to help you tackle your problems. We went through issues from retaining customers to forming our board." 

— Junto I Co-founder

Make really wise decisions.

"The Mentor Team helped us to come together as a team and outline a plan of action. We were able to make really wise decisions as a company during these crucial decision points."

— Junto I CEO