Be a Mentor Questionnaire

  • Mentor giving advice


    The historical term “Mentor” comes from Greek history. Mentor was a trusted friend of Odysseus, the king of Ithaca. When Odysseus fought in the Trojan War, Mentor served as friend and counsel to Odysseus’ son Telemachus. In today’s world, a mentor is a guide and advocate, someone who imparts wisdom and experience to help a mentee.


    A mentor is a trusted advisor who has amassed an expertise of at least 10,000 hours (as per Malcom Gladwell) in a specific discipline such as executive leadership, finance, marketing, sales, and many more all in a wide range of industries like real estate, technology, tourism, investments, academia, manufacturing, etc.


    A Mentorship Works mentor could be just about any age, though the requirement of significant experience in a specific area usually leads to that person at least being in their early 30s.


    If you would like to become a Mentor, we expect you will follow through on the time commitment and conduct yourself with the highest level of ethics.

    Thank you for your interest in becoming a mentor for Mentorship Works. Please carefully answer the questions below as they will help us to match you with the right mentee. All of your information will be kept strictly confidential until you approve a match with the right mentee.


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