Mentorship IV Youth

Becoming a Mentor

The Mentorship experience in three simple steps

Apply - Fill out the simple application form.

Learn - Complete the courses required to become a mentor.

Mentor - Lead group of youth implementing the small-scale projects.

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Workshops

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Youth Led Projects

Why become a Mentor ?

Being a mentor has multiple effects, both for the mentor and the mentee.

To empower youth

Mentorship goes beyond providing support to overcome personal challenges, to empowering leaders and enabling youth to take charge of their future.

To improve your skills

Mentors improve their cognitive and social skills through implementing youth projects which represents a hands-on approach to learning.

To become a UNICEF volunteer

Mentors will be UNICEF Volunteers and will be given certificates from UNICEF and the implementing partner in recognition of the volunteer work they do.

To be part of a network of professionals

Mentors will be part of the Network of Professionals coming from the private and public sector, thus have the chance to collaborate on other levels.

We aim to help youth through valuable mentorship

This Mentorship IV Youth platform is part of  'The Mentorship Scheme’ project which  is a UNICEF project implemented by Kosovo CSR Network which aims to contribute to empowering and developing young people by increasing the capacity and the ability to participate in the workforce, policy-making and decision-making processes, through private sector mentors or young mentors.  

Implementing Partners

TESTIMONIALS

What mentors said

We’re humbled to be working with such great people that range from different careers.

FAQ

You will be notified in advance on our main page regarding the upcoming workshops and mentoring opportunities.

The dates for the upcoming HCD training will be published on the main page of the platform and an email will be sent to all mentors who have yet to attend the HCD Training.

To become a mentor, as a first step you need to apply by sending your CV and requested information by clicking on the “Apply to become a mentor” button on the main page.

To become a mentor, you need to be 24+ years old with at least a bachelor degree and a considerable amount of work experience.

Before being confirmed as a mentor on the Mentorship Scheme, you will be certified on two online courses (Sexual Harassment & Child Protection). After completing the online courses, you will be offered a free of charge training on “Human Centered Design” provided by certified trainers and financed by UNICEF Kosovo Program which you need to attend in order to complete your profile as a mentor of the Mentorship Scheme.

Becoming a mentor on the mentorship scheme will give you the opportunity on contributing towards empowering and developing young people by increasing the capacity and the ability to participate in the workforce, policy-making and decision-making processes, through private sector mentors or young mentors. Mentors will also be certified on 3 courses, and also will receive certificates from our implementing partners and also from CSR Kosova.

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