The application submission to the Mentorship Programme 2018-2019 opens autumn 2018 and starts January 2019.
About the Programme
The Swedish Chamber of Commerce's (SCC) Mentorship Programme offers a unique opportunity for individuals from the sub-organisation Young Professionals to receive individual coaching from a prominent senior from the SCC network.The mentors have aggregated decades of experience in leading businesses, and are carefully selected to guide and provide advice to their mentees. This is a unique chance for you to improve desired skills, exchange experiences, and to extend your network with highly experienced professionals as well as ambitious young professionals. Reach the next level of your career while becoming more self-reflective as a person - apply to our Mentorship Programme!
For full information about the Mentorship Programme, please download this leaflet.
Please note that we only accept applications from members of the Young Professionals. Click here to find out more about a Young Professionals Membership.
This Year's Mentors:
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Apply by sending your CV and Letter of Motivation to email@example.com. Please write Application Mentorship Programme 17-18 in the subject line. The selection is based on your degree of motivation and aspirations for the programme as well as your professional background. You have the ability to wish for a specific mentor but we cannot guarantee that choice.
Please include the following in your Letter of Motivation:
- What qualities you look for in a mentor
- Three topics you would like to discuss with your mentor and why
- What you wish to achieve with the SCC Mentorship Programme
Programme Fee: £100 if you are selected to join*
* A mentorship is a means to professional development - consider the possibility that your employer would like to sponsor your participation!
If you have any questions regarding the SCC Mentorship Programme,
please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7224 8001