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In November of 2010, NES began to operate a Mentoring Program with the main initiative of strengthening the interaction of students and graduates and promote a mentoring culture. This Mentoring Program aims to connect students with graduates, increase their responsibility in independent planning and career management, and increase leadership capabilities.

The first mentors of the program were alumni working in McKinsey, BCG, and other companies and the first protégé program were the students of the classes of 2011 and 2012.

 

Invitation to Graduates:

Dear graduates,

We invite you to participate in the Mentoring Program as mentors willing to share their professional and life experience, or a protege!

If you are willing to participate in the Mentor Program, please fill out the form:

Application form mentoring program

Questions and suggestions for the Mentor Program can be addressed to Svetlana Volkova (Director of TSRKL NES, svolkova@nes.ru) or Yulia Krasavina (Coordinator of the Center for Career Development and Leadership, jkrasavina@nes.ru).

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