New Service Connects College Students and Graduates with Mentors via Phone Call

SEPTEMBER 24, 2014 – For college students and graduates, knowing exactly which way to go in a career can be daunting. One new service, Shyne, offers a convenient solution by providing a platform where members consult advisors. The website allows college students and graduates to quickly receive career advice over the phone from employees of Fortune 500 companies.

College students and graduates are welcome to join as members of Shyne, where professionals from Fortune 500 companies are available to provide mentorship. It’s free to join for members and advisors, and no payment is taken from members until a call with an advisor is completed. Offering career advice for college students and grads, Shyne wants to be a one-stop shop for young professionals seeking interview tips, career advice, and job search strategies.

Members can schedule 20, 30, or 40-minute mentoring sessions with any of Shyne’s advisors. This gives members the opportunity to hear an inside perspective about working at a company they are interested in or to receive one-on-one advice from a seasoned professional. A place where college students and graduates can learn about jobs and job searches, as well as interview tips, Shyne provides the ultimate resource for getting an in-depth look at desired careers. With a 100% satisfaction guarantee, members receive a full refund if they are unhappy with the advice received.

Shyne is currently only available in the U.S. but plans to expand internationally in the near future. More information about Shyne can be found at

About Shyne

Shyne is a place where college graduates and experienced professionals convene to share inspiration and wisdom. College grads are invited to become members and connect with advisors, who in turn impart invaluable knowledge. Members can learn from someone in their desired field to help boost their career.







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