Our mentoring program aims to match mentees who need support to advance their careers or educational success with professionals competent in their fields. Our mentor volunteers has varying backgrounds with outstanding academic or professional success.
Mentors support our mentees in various aspects; practice on foreign languages, technical information sharing, suggestions and experienced thoughts on career paths, interview preparation and resume building, communication skills development etc.
To be a mentor or a mentee, you can apply online via our website. By your application, we’ll provide internal social platform accounts for you to either find an appropriate mentor or to reach out to our mentees.
For more information and to apply, please follow links below.
Have a Mentor
If you would like to develop your personal skills, get advice on educational or professional topics, and build a social network for future, you can apply to our mentorship program to have a mentor.
Mentors provide a wide range of support in language skills, technical and business topics, career advice, job interview help, resume building, interpersonal and communication skills. As a mentee, we offer you
- Provide a safe, confidential venue – beyond teacher- student interactions – in which to ask questions and seek advice
- Foster development of professional/academic skills
- Aid in navigation of personal, social or professional issues
- Provide guidance as you consider your future
- Help you to be a happier and more productive part of society
Become a Mentor
A mentoring relationship is a great way to get valuable advice and guidance from experienced professionals to help mentee grow and develop. Becoming a mentor is a perfect way to share your insight and help less experienced progress!
Mentoring can provide an opportunity to develop coaching, listening, management and communication skills and foster networking with others. Mentoring offers critical leadership experience, including the opportunity to self-reflect. Mentors often learn a great deal from their mentees, who can offer a different perspective or even a role-related skill.
- Provide an opportunity to develop coaching, listening, and communication skills
- Foster networking with mentors/mentees and to provide opportunities
- Encourage reflection on your own career goals and experience
- Give you the satisfaction of knowing you’re helping a fellow!
As a Crossing Paths mentor, you will be able to react out to many mentees through our internal mentoring social network. We are asking mentors to conduct frequent meetings with their mentees to maximize the benefits.