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    Would you like to get a mentor?

    Because of the conversations with my mentor I gained an realistic insight of the area of cultural management. Photo: Katharina Stahl

    Our professionals are volunteering to help you!

    What does mentoring mean?

    Working men and women, your mentors, pass on their experience and vocationally tips to students, job beginners or doctoral candidates, i.e. their mentees.
    Taking part in this mentoring programme is useful if you are interested in entering into a career, making contacts and getting help with the search for an internship and insights into the industry you would like to work in.

    How does this programme work?

    Taking part in this programme does not cost you anything. If you have not registered in our network you can do this here

    After registering, please fill your answers (Button “Mentees”) about yourself and your future professional expactations and with these information we try to find the perfect mentor for you.

    The programme will run for a year, there will be a kick-off and a feedback round. You and your mentor decide how you two would like your tandem to be like. At your first meeting you can get to know each other and see if you are a good match.

    Participating pays off!

    Everyone can join this programme if one is keen to get to know professionals and profit from their personal advice. Taking part makes sense especially if you are at the end of studies.

    Mentoring International

    We are building up a Mentoring Network with Alumni of the University of Wuerzburg abroad. If you are interested in a Menteeship abroad just contact here.


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