20 Jun EYP Mentorship Programme
The EYP Mentorship Programme offers young people an opportunity to be guided through some of the most challenging periods of their life, whilst simultaneously provides older alumni with an opportunity to give back to EYP and share their expertise with younger generations.
Mentorship can offer many things, especially to young people at the beginning of their studies or careers. Having a mentor can help you navigate your journey towards a successful career path and create sustainable changes that can be highly beneficial for you.
Who can apply?
The EYP Mentorship Programme is meant for young people at their career transitions, such as finding the first job, beginning a job, changing careers, or setting up a business.
If you are interested in becoming a mentor, then you should have a minimum of two years working experience and motivation to participate in the programme.
More information here: www.eyp.org/EYP_Mentoring_concept.pdf
How does it work?
The first step is applying. Then we will match you with a compatible mentor or mentee. Finally, you will, with our help, decide which are the most prominent challenges in your life which you would like to tackle with your mentor and how to do it.
You have 2 ways to participate:
- as a mentee in case you are interested in personal/professional development or have some professional challenges you need help with;
- as a mentor for a younger and active EYPer and help them overcome professional obstacles or find answers to dilemmas through your own professional expertise and life experience.
An indicative suggestion of how mentor-mentee pairs can work is below (please bear in mind that mentors and mentees are free to choose the way they work):
- 1 hour webinar for both Mentors and Mentees (optional)
- First 2 weeks after the webinar: a get-to-know call
- First 2 months: 2-3 skypes/meetings
- 1- 2 months break
- After the break – a follow-up skype
- Up to the Mentee/Mentor to go beyond that (optional)
Currently the call for mentors/mentees is closed. If you are interested in becoming a mentor or a mentee and creating a mentoring relationship, which can be a meaningful and powerful asset to your life, you can join a next round of the Mentorship Programme.
Mentoring talks – join through this form!
There are currently several talks being held by Alumni involved as Mentors in the Mentorship Programme. Here is a quick overview of the talks that will be held:
- May 12th, 19:00 CEST – Désirée Hermann Diaz: “Your skills matter – valuing young Europeans skills in diplomatic careers”;
- May 19th, 19:00 CEST – Kristina Ramoniene: “Don’t worry – go sailing”;
- May 26th, 19:00 CEST – Anna Ristiluoma: “How to Manage Your Manager – Enhance Your Employee Skills”;
- June 2nd, 19:00 CEST – Olga Primasiuk: “Top talents of the future”;
- June 9th, 19:00 CEST – Alastair Payne: “EYP & Job Hunting”;
- June 14th, 19:00 CEST – Carole Viaene: “My ideal Job & how to find it”;
- June 23rd, 19:00 CEST – Şayen Tokyay: “The Art of Failure – How to Fail Gracefully”;
- June 30th, 19:00 CEST – Tapio Schrey: “Future of work – and how to be ready for it”.
You can find more detailed information on the talks here.
If you would like to join one of the talks as a participant, please fill this form!
If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com.