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YES! LEVERAGES A WIDE NETWORKS OF PROFESSIONALS TO OFFER MENTORING SERVICES TO STUDENTS AND YOUNG ENGINEERS

For mentees

YES! has a number of possible mentors from different backgrounds and companies, that are available to support you on your career journey. Whether you are a first year student looking for someone to talk to about your university experience, a final year student looking to enter the workforce, or a young professional looking to expand your perspective, YES! can find a suitable mentor for you. 

Mentors can be general or specific: someone to help you on your work-life balance, someone to talk to about a shared experience, or someone to strategically advance your career prospects. 

 

If you have never been mentored before, below are some key benefits your could derive from such a relationship:

 

  • Expand your industry network outside your company

  • Gain perspective on a specific challenge you are facing, whether it is a new project, a challenging work relationship, a personal matter or a new opportunity that has come up

  • Learn about an experienced professionals career and life journey and pick up some advice and do's or don'ts

  • Further develop your communication and interpersonal skills

For mentors

Being a mentor can be an enriching experience in being able to share your thoughts and life experience with someone and help them on journey to success. Some relationships will last years, some will be once-off. All are valuable.

 

Whether you are a fist-time or seasoned mentor, YES! would be happy to have your expertise available to access. 

 

As a mentor, you can expect the following benefits:

 

  • Help to expand the perspective of a mentee through your life experience 

  • Achieve a sense of fulfilment and potentially a lasting professional relationship with your mentee

  • Act as a sound board for a specific problem faced by the mentee



Please contact us via email if you are interested in either being a mentor or a mentee

YES! SUPPORTS MENTORSHIP PRINCIPLES OF CONFIDENTIALITY, TRUST, SENSITIVITY AND MUTUAL RESPECT