Hundreds of students graduate each year with physics major from universities in Ethiopia. Some of the top students remain to become lecturers and further their education at home, but many others lack meaningful way to pursue their interest in physics. One avenue for students to continue pursuing their interest in physics is to seek post graduate degrees in North America and Europe. Many of us have traveled that journey and can be useful resources for the students by providing information, mentorship, and occasional financial assistance. While many of us do this on individual basis, coordinating our efforts and creating a sustainable and scalable program will multiply the returns of our collective efforts. As a result, we are piloting a mentorship program where we advise a handful of of undergraduates who are interested in applying to Ph.D. programs abroad. In addition to direct one-on-one mentorship, we are working on making graduate school application information and resources widely available through our website to students in Ethiopia.