FutureLab Mentors are passionate people. They love what they do and they are a part of this community because they truly want to listen, understand and share their experiences with individuals who will benefit from it.Join the community
Remember how confused and stressed out YOU were when you started working or deciding what to do next? By acting as a mentor, you can help make the transition easier on someone else. Having a mentor is also associated with improved job satisfaction, positive career plans, quicker promotions, and a greater probability that the mentee will eventually become a mentor themselves.
Don't be afraid to share your failures as well as your success, some of the best lessons come from the worst mistakes. Share your tips for making entertaining powerpoint presentations, effective websites, or even the best spot for lunchtime appetizers. You love your job - why not encourage someone else to feel the same.
Host webinars to educate our community members.
Write articles to share on your area of expertise and interest.
Create a mentoring program for mentees to join.
Host a tour of your work place.
Have a mentoring session from where ever you are; at the comfort of your own home.Let's get started
On FutureLab, we would like to provide you the best mentoring experience. In order to do so, we charge a minimal fee to run the platform smoothly. The remaining portion of the fee supports our education initiatives.
Are you interested in becoming a mentor? Here is what you need to know once you've applied.
*All applications will be reviewed in the beginning of every month.
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"If you're not sure, ask." I find FutureLab providing just that platform for what Gen-Y and Millennial go-getters need. The opportunity to talk with individuals who have been there done that helps shed clarity on the many dreams and visions we have, whether it's an area we would like to pursue or are considering.
- Melody Sim, Mentee