The objective of the Mentoring Programme is to help advance the students’ academic and professional goals in directions most desired by the individual and to serve as a stepping-stone for their careers. In particular, it is meant to provide students and recent graduates with guidance and advice, as well as adequate and tailored information on the types of career paths in the humanitarian field. Typically, mentors are graduates of the NOHA Joint Master's Programme and have at least five years of professional experience, including leadership responsibilities. They represent a broad range of career paths and experiences in the humanitarian sector, including general management and expert roles, as well as academic backgrounds in fields related to humanitarian action. This is an informal mentoring programme conducted outside of the scope of the NOHA Master's.
Are you wondering how to do it? We have prepared short Mentoring Guidelines which explain how to apply for a Mentor and what to do in order to take the most out of the Mentoring Programme as both a Mentor and a Mentee.
If you are a Mentor and would like to deepen your knowledge on how coaching & mentoring can be implemented in the humanitarian domain, check this online self-paced course.
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