Mentorship

Chico State Mentors 2018


SAGE has three key components: curriculum, competition, and mentoring. In the US, SAGE’s home office is located at California State University, Chico, also known as Chico State. Chico State has a large group of talented university students who are always available to provide help. We call these students SAGE mentors.



 

All SAGE mentors are certified to teach the “Turning Risk into Success” (TRIS) course. Students are primarily undergraduates from the College of Business, although other majors include Mechanical Engineering, Education, and Communications. SAGE was founded at California State University, Chico, in 2002, and became is an official student organization. SAGE mentors provide mentoring services to teenage entrepreneurs. Under the direction of Chico State mentors, SAGE teens use their school learning to become self-reliant, create wealth, and help others.

 

The word sage is defined in Webster’s Dictionary as wise, proceeding from wisdom, well-judged. SAGE has a successful and dynamic method for imparting business skills and wisdom to youth. Under the direction of their Chico State mentors, our participating SAGE teens launch and run their own real business ventures in teams. The result? Our teachers become empowered entrepreneurship instructors. Our teens become social change agents. And our business leaders and university students become mentors in their own communities and help support the local education system.

Chico State SAGE Mentors

Ryan O’Hair

Ryan O’Hair

Ryan O’Hair is a business student at California State University, Chico. He is studying for his undergraduate degree in Business Administration ”More”
Paulina Prado

Paulina Prado

At first, I joined SAGE because it was an opportunity to help me with my accounting class, but I didn’t know how much it was going to impact ”More”
Miguel Ramirez

Miguel Ramirez

I am Miguel Ramirez SAGE South America Continental Coordinator. I have been involved with SAGE since 2016. I started as a mentor while in college. ”More”
McKenna Hurley

McKenna Hurley

Being a member of SAGE is being a member of world change. We as an organization provide the tools to help young driven minds turn their visions ”More”
Kim Perez

Kim Perez

I’m in SAGE due to the impact it has globally. I’ve been in SAGE for the past two years. When I started, I didn’t fully understand what it was about ”More”
Jonathan Vicencio

Jonathan Vicencio

Jonathan Vicencio is a new member of SAGE Global and will be holding the position of Head Business Developer in August. He is currently, ”More”
Jon Gomez

Jon Gomez

As a kid I grew up playing sports, football, baseball and track. I was fortunate to be a part of teams that had such great success. Due to team success ”More”
Jaclyn Soller

Jaclyn Soller

I didn’t really know what to expect when I first joined SAGE. Quiet and reserved, it wasn’t common for me to be part of a big group. I knew that college ”More”
Celina Reyes

Celina Reyes

Being a part of SAGE for 2 years and counting has helped me find my passion in helping others. I have developed a much better understanding of global ”More”