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Mentoring program
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In addition to an internship program or a cycle Evenings with alumni, Institute of Political Studies has prepared for its students another program intended to help students to master soft skills, work habits and know-how. It is a mentoring program based on sharing experience, practical knowledge and advice from alumni / mentors to excellent students.


Principle of the program


Mentor, an experienced graduate with at least 3-year-long work experience, passes his/her experience, hands-on knowledge and advice to the student (mentee). Mentor helps the student set the goals and priorities and advises him/her on how to achieve such goals. Thus the mentor contributes to a personal and professional development of the student.


The entire program covers one semester. Mentor meets his/her "student" three times in the course of semester.


Duties of a mentor


3 meetings with a student


- First meeting: mentor helps the student set his/her career goals and identify the ways how to achieve such goals


- Second meeting: passing on experience, hands-on knowledge and advice


- Third meeting: feedback


Duties of a mentee


- Before the beginning of the program, a mentee submits his/her CV and motivation letter to a program coordinator


- Participation in meetings with a mentor, a proactive approach


- After completing the program, a mentee submits a final report assessing his/her acts



I intend to become a mentor and am not registered in the Alumni Program of IPS.







Mentoring program



In addition to an internship program or a cycle Evenings with alumni, Institute of Political Studies has prepared for its students another program intended to help students to master soft skills, work habits and know-how. It is a mentoring program based on sharing experience, practical knowledge and advice from alumni / mentors to excellent students.


Principle of the program


Mentor, an experienced graduate with at least 3-year-long work experience, passes his/her experience, hands-on knowledge and advice to the student (mentee). Mentor helps the student set the goals and priorities and advises him/her on how to achieve such goals. Thus the mentor contributes to a personal and professional development of the student.


The entire program covers one semester. Mentor meets his/her "student" three times in the course of semester.


Duties of a mentor


3 meetings with a student


- First meeting: mentor helps the student set his/her career goals and identify the ways how to achieve such goals


- Second meeting: passing on experience, hands-on knowledge and advice


- Third meeting: feedback


Duties of a mentee


- Before the beginning of the program, a mentee submits his/her CV and motivation letter to a program coordinator


- Participation in meetings with a mentor, a proactive approach


- After completing the program, a mentee submits a final report assessing his/her acts



I intend to become a mentor and am not registered in the Alumni Program of IPS.