Metrics

Mentoring Program Success

Metrics

 

Protégé Job Retention

Metrics

 

PES 1
PES 2
PES 3

Protégé Survey Results

Throughout each mentorship, ACP surveys our Protégés to measure their satisfaction with our program. As of October 2020, ACP has received 14,464 responses to the survey.

 

98% of Protégés would recommend the program to a fellow veteran.

Was the ACP Mentoring Program valuable to you in one or more of the following areas?

Improving my résumé and interview skills 9,817 (68%)  
Translating my military experience into civilian terms 8,780 (61%)  
Building a network of professionals 8,450 (58%)  
Refining civilian career goals and professional ambitions 8,445 (58%)  
Learning about career opportunities 8,211 (57%)  
Dealing with work/life balance issues 6,401 (44%)  
Searching for job opportunities 5,592 (39%)  
Determining if I should go back to school 3,987 (28%)  
Learning how to deal with difficult boss or colleague/improving interpersonal relationships 3,471 (24%)  
Learning how to advance at my current job 3,447 (24%)  
Learning how to start my own business/build my own business 1,471 (10%)  
Other 1,029 (7%)  
No, the program was not valuable 131 (1%)  

Note: Participants may select multiple categories, so percentages do not add up to 100%

Mentor Survey Results

Throughout each mentorship, ACP surveys our Mentors to measure their satisfaction with our program. In 2019, ACP received responses from 2,082 Mentors.

 

Are you glad that your company is participating in ACP?

Yes 2,078 (99%+)
No 1 (0%)
Unsure 3 (<1%)

Would you recommend ACP to a friend or colleague?

Yes 2,072 (99%+)
No 1 (0%)
Unsure 9 (<1%)

Would you consider being a Mentor again in the ACP program?

Yes 2,044 (98%)
No 11 (<1%)
Unsure 28 (1%)

A Snapshot of Veteran Applicants

Metrics

*Reserve data included within respective military branch


68%

Enlisted service members

32%

Officers


81%

Male

19%

Female


36

Median age

26%

Age 30 or younger

38%

Age 40 or older


Education Level

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11%

Interested in small business/entrepreneurship


42%

Do not identify themselves as white


Since 2010, ACP Veteran Applicants have come from more than 5,300 towns and cities across the U.S.

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