A Letter from Trilogy’s CEO
From a young age I loved sports. As a student in middle and high school, I began to play lacrosse competitively. As I got older, my schedule became more intense with training, practice, and other extracurricular activities. My lack of organization started to impact my grades and this began to cause some tension at home in regards to homework and studying. This didn't just weigh on me, but on my parents as well.
In her search for a tutor, my mom managed to find me someone that I truly connected with and looked up to. Although called a tutor at the time, I look back on that experience - beginning in the 6th grade - and realized that my mom had found me a mentor (his name was Josh), and at that age, a mentor was just what I needed. Someone that I connected with on a personal level (we shared a passion for sports - lacrosse!) but also a person that I could talk to and look up to for outside encouragement, inspiration, advice, and academic support. Josh inspired me to take charge of my academics and changed my entire perspective on education. We worked together to manage my time, set goals, and track my progress. Because of him, I was able to find balance and achieve my academic goals and so much more.
The relationship that I built with Josh and the impact that Josh had on my academic achievement and overall self confidence inspired me to create Trilogy Mentors.
Our vision is to bring relationship-based academic support within reach for all. Homework, test prep, and studying doesn’t have to be a struggle for students and parents.
It is my promise to you, that where there's a will to learn, we’ll be there.
Founder & CEO, Trilogy Mentors