Mentoring

The English School believes that every young person can benefit from the mentoring program, from their early school years until they successfully enter adulthood. The English School’s Mentoring Initiative is a project, in collaboration with the alumni community of the school, to facilitate the creation of meaningful mentoring relationships between experienced graduates and students, focusing on their educational, professional, and personal progress.

What is a Mentor?

A mentor is an experienced and trusted adviser. Someone who has more work or life experience than you do, regardless of age. Someone that you look up to and that has achieved some things in their lives that you also hope to achieve. Someone that you can see similarities between who they are or what they have done and what you aspire to do or be as a person.

Why You May Need A Mentor

  • Gain insight into a potential career
  • Improve social skills
  • Discover new options and opportunities
  • Set goals for the future

What is a Mentor?

A mentor is an experienced and trusted adviser. Someone who has more work or life experience than you do, regardless of age. Someone that you look up to and that has achieved some things in their lives that you also hope to achieve. Someone that you can see similarities between who they are or what they have done and what you aspire to do or be as a person.

Why You May Need A Mentor

  • Gain insight into a potential career
  • Improve social skills
  • Discover new options and opportunities
  • Set goals for the future

Contact the Alumni Relations Office to express your interest