There exists today thousands of well-educated African professionals trained in some of the best schools in the world and working highly skilled jobs in Europe and America. Consider for example Nigerian immigrants, which make up the largest group of Sub-Saharan African immigrants in the United States. As of 2020, 59% percent of them have at least a bachelor’s degree; a number that ranks higher than those of countries such as South Korea, China, Germany and the United Kingdom. In addition, 54% are in highly skilled job positions in business, management, science and the arts. A considerable number of African professionals in the diaspora want to contribute to lifting up the continent. They desire to be role models, share their experiences and provide guidance to young students at home, but do not know how. VarsityMentor provides a formal and scalable structure for realizing this desire, and more importantly, with an assurance of a quality outcome.