Mentoring, at its core, guarantees young people that there is someone who cares about them, assures them they are not alone in dealing with day-to-day challenges, and makes them feel like they matter. Quality mentoring relationships have powerful positive effects on young people in a variety of personal, academic, and professional situations. Ultimately, mentoring connects a young person to personal growth and development, and social and economic opportunity. Yet one in three young people will grow up without this critical asset.
Improve your skills
Access the advice you need
Increase your confidence
Find courage to take on greater challenges
Gain broader perspective
Increase your career satisfaction
Increase your self-awareness
Gain access to a role model
Expand your professional network
As a collaborative and a social enterprise, Snap Skill is working to become the most credible, connected and sustainable community of members and mentors. Mentoring is an important cornerstone of leadership development, so what we’re doing is serving up an opportunity for mentors and mentees to connect in order to help grow people and businesses.
To enable these connections, we’ve built a world-class platform to allow professionals and entrepreneurs to access a deep pool of highly skilled and influential mentors across all sectors. Through Snap Skill, mentors and mentees now have a place to get online, share information and find ways to connect, collaborate and support one another.
Snap Skill aims to prepare young people for college and careers, mentoring helps develop the future workplace talent pipeline. At the crossroads of education and business, mentors prepare their mentees for professional careers and assist with their workplace skills by:
Are you ready to take your career to the next level? Connecting with a mentor can be an extremely rewarding experience, helping you achieve your goals and so much more. As a mentee, your career path is influenced in ways you never thought possible.
Mentoring refers to a personal developmental relationship in which a more experienced or more knowledgeable person helps a less experienced or less knowledgeable person. It is a process for sharing knowledge relevant to work, career, or professional development. The intent is to develop another’s capabilities through a one-on-one relationship that is outside a formal organizational structure. It can be face-to-face or via technology, and held over a sustained period of time. Mentors come either from within one’s own organization or externally, even outside one’s sector. They provide insight, guidance, and often pointed advice and direction, based on their own experience and expertise. Effective mentoring requires agreed upon goals, scheduled meetings, and evaluation of outcomes.
Here’s how it works: As soon as you sign up, we invite you into our member network. You’ll receive all the membership details right in your inbox. You’ll use those unique membership details to contact the mentors through Snap Skill core team who will forward your mail to your desired mentor. You'll select the desired mentor from the list of Snap Skill mentors available on the website. You'll mail your query upon the mentioned email id : firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of your desired mentor. Wait some time till the mentor replies to your query. Remember it is in the mentor's hand if they wish to personally contact you, it is not likewise for you. Sign up is fast and easy so that you can start reaching out to our robust community of mentors as soon as possible.
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You have made a wonderful and very important decision in choosing to become a mentor. If you’ve reached this conclusion, you’ve done enough research to have an idea how different each mentoring situation can be. Before you start to look at the programs that are available, think about and identify your own interests and needs. Finding a mentoring program you’re excited about and comfortable with can require some time and thought, but the good news is that there’s something for everyone. The following steps will help walk you through the process of choosing Snap Skill as a mentoring program that is right for you. Ask yourself the following questions:
What time commitment can I make?
What age of youth would I like to work with?
Would I like to work with one child or with a group of children?
Would I like to team with other adults to mentor a child or a group of children?
What types of activities interest me?
Do I want to help a youth learn a specific skill, pursue an interest, help with schoolwork or just be a caring adult friend?
What mentoring location would I prefer?
If you are ready to be a Mentor, contact us at email@example.com and start changing lives !