Mentorship is at the heart of LIM curriculum. The mentoring relationship starts as early as high school and follows students throughout their undergraduate career (including transfer from community college to university for community college students), and throughout their graduate and professional school. Curriculum topics are delivered to participants through group and one-on-one sessions. Through our relationships with community partners, participants have the opportunity to experience one-on-one mentorship with doctoras in their preferred field of study. Additionally, peer-to-peer mentoring allows senior participants to guide junior participants based on their recent experiences through academic transitions.