We’re all a bit of a mentor!
To be a mentor, you need to:
- Be professionally active
- Be available, attentive, enthusiastic
- Have a desire to share professional and life experiences
- Be motivated by mentoring
To be a mentor also means:
- Joining in a civic commitment
- Meeting a rewarding challenge
- Live a human and enriching experience
- Developing and transmitting new skills
- Sharing professional and life experiences
- Be part of a network of mentors
Feedbacks from mentors
"Respect and trust take time to build. It is a relationship of equals, different from a professional relationship. It is an informal relationship, with no hierarchy or logic of control."
"My kid got a job! I didn't think it would be so complicated, she had a degree in social work. I perceived the job market differently."
"I'm seeing if the infrastructure I work in needs a profile like my mentee. Even if it's temporary, it would allow him to regain recent experience, it would give him confidence."
Any question about the MentorYou program?