There are no fees to receive help from mentors. Mentors do not get paid. It is a volunteer commitment.
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It sounds like you are interested in "becoming"a mentor, the way in which you stated your question. If this is so, then the answer has many components. Ultimately I am unable to suggest what rate you should charge, but I would suggest that you gauge your value (to come up with a rate) by researching (online more than likely), what other mentors are charging and then looking at each individuals rate per hour and correlating the rate to the skills and competencies the individuals researched possess... example; you may find that people with your education, your business acumen/experience, years in business or experience, reputation etc.... charge "x" per hour.... if you find this to be a common rate - then perhaps, this may be a rate you should charge - except you also have to incorporate geography in the formula. Meaning, people in California may charge a higher rate than those in Ohio, and people in New York may be higher than Ohio, but lower than California. So keep in mind regional areas may differ with their fees.
Hope this helps.
Avy Loren-Cohen www.avycohen.com