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Our students report increased confidence and an understanding of the importance of networking and professionalism after the seminar.

Share your wisdom and experience with a motivated young adult! Our students (ages 18-25) enter the Future Link program through a 15-week self-advocacy and career development seminar. They role-play, discuss, and present on topics including professionalism, understanding the needs of an organization, identifying their strengths, how to share those strengths with others, seeking help, building a network, and presenting their professional selves on paper, online, and in person.

Mentoring starts after the seminar and requires a one year commitment, although many mentorships continue much longer. Meeting weekly at a mutually convenient time and location (in-person or a hybrid approach), you will focus on education and career goals with your mentee. Through your conversations, you will help our students avoid wasting time, money, and effort in the pursuit of a career pathway.

Mentors must be 30+ years of age, live or work in Montgomery Country, Maryland and have at least five years’ work experience in their career field.

We provide free training and ongoing support during your mentorship. Find our online application at:

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About Future Link


401 North Washington Street, Suite 100, Office 126, Rockville, MD 20850, US

Mission Statement

The mission of Future Link, Inc. is to provide self-advocacy education and other academic, vocational and career supports to assist vulnerable yet motivated young adults successfully transition into adulthood.


Future Link, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit, provides education and career supports to young adults (18-25 years) in Montgomery County. The program entry point is a 15-week seminar on career development and self-advocacy skills. Students role-play, discuss, and practice professionalism. After the seminar, our support continues with mentoring, internships, and scholarships.


Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Children & Youth, Education & Literacy, Employment


We'll work with your schedule.


15 West Gude DriveRockville, MD 20850


  • Mentoring
  • Life Coaching
  • Financial Literacy
  • Career Counseling / Coaching
  • Professional Development
  • General Education




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 30
  • Orientation or Training
  • One to two hours per week at a mutually convenient time/location.
  • Mentors must be 30+ years of age, live or work in Montgomery Country, Maryland and have at least five years’ work experience in their career field.

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