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CMCC Mentor Program

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Step 2:

Assignment of a designated mentor to each mentee will be based on their mutual interests in the field.

The mentee has the right to choose their mentor from our database, which would contain complete profiles of each mentors, including their time availability to ensure the mentees choose a mentor suited for them.

If needed, the Chamber can also contact an eligible mentor that the mentee prefers and request them to be a part of the program.
Step 6: Operations (cont'd)- Event
An event shall be organized by the mentee himself/herself with the guidance of the mentors. The format of the event is to be determined by the mentee or mentor. The event can be hosted on an online basis.
Option A.
Invite a guest speaker (or two) to have them present about their chosen career path as an example for students.
Option B.
Organize a workshop/presentation on a specific topic that the community will find useful.
Option C.
Host a debate on a popular ethical topic to spark discussion among the community.
The mentee will be in charge of all event coordinating, promoting, guestlist and every other activity in relation with the event. The mentors can guide and advise the mentee, but cannot, under any circumstance, take on any responsibilities that relate to the organization of the event. In the aftermath, the event will be evaluated on a 1-10 point basis by the participants, the guest speakers and the Board.

Step 1:


The board of directors will determine whether the mentee and the mentor are eligible in participating in this program through a series of requirements:

Be able to meet or talk with each other once every 2 weeks
Be focused and have the genuine ambition to learn from each other with a professional goal in mind
Know what they want to get out of the mentoring relationship


Step 3:

Training workshop: Introduce the Three Point Principle (Appendix 1) & Listening vs. Hearing (Appendix 2).

First Meeting: During this stage, the mentee and the mentors will get the chance to meet and exchange their expectations from this program, establish basic modes of communication (times of meetings, format of contact such as social media, email, phone number etc.).

This meeting can be formal or informal as required and will be the first step to getting to know each other and building trust.

Level 1
Step 7:
In this Final meeting, the mentor, mentee and a representative from the Board of Directors will come together to finalize all the work done during the program and the mentee is to compile a condensed report to be approved by the mentors and the board representative. (Report template: Appendix 7)

Step 8: Evaluation
In this final step, the Board of Directors will make
themselves familiar with the report and will each value the mentorship on a scale of 1-10, which will be averaged and therefore acknowledged as the final evaluation mark of completion of the program.

After the Eight Steps, the student can choose to continue the program to the next level (if eligible).


Step 4: Formulation of
During this meeting, the mentor and mentee will produce a basic plan of their short and long term, professional and personal development goals to achieve during that term using the templates of Appendix 3 & 4 of the framework. We encourage our mentors to be creative in their methods.

In the aftermath, the mentor will produce a mentoring plan using their previous struggles and special experiences that the mentee can find fruitful. Mentees will also prepare the questions and issues to ask about from the mentor based on previous experiences and struggles. This plan will be reviewed by the board of directors before the next stage.

Step 6: Operations
Conduct operations according to the plan presented:
This stage will consist of a variety of meetings with mentors, attending professional events and doing research on their field. The mentees will also prepare for the event to be organized in Month Three (Checklist in Appendix 6).
Month 1
Month 2
Month 3
The agreement will be signed as a result of a mutual agreement over the program plan and checklists (Step 4). Signing the agreement automatically implies that the individuals agree to the Terms and Conditions of the program (Appendix 5).

Step 5: Signing of agreement
CMCC Mentorship Program
Step 2:

Assignment of a designated mentor to each mentee will be based on their mutual interests in the field.

The mentee has the right to choose their mentor from our database, which would contain complete profiles of each mentors, including their time availability to ensure the mentees choose a mentor suited for them.

If needed, the Chamber can also contact an eligible mentor that the mentee prefers and request them to be a part of the program.
Step 6: Operations (cont'd)- Event
There should be an event organization involved which will be conducted by the mentee himself/herself with the guidance of the mentors. The format of the event is to be determined by the mentee. The event can be hosted on an online basis.
Option A.
Invite a guest speaker (or two) to have them present about their chosen career path as an example for students.
Option B.
Organize a workshop/presentation on a specific topic that the community will find useful.
Option C.
Host a debate on a popular ethical topic to spark discussion among the community.
The mentee will be in charge of all event coordinating, promoting, guestlist and every other activity in relation with the event. The mentors can guide and advise the mentee, but cannot, under any circumstance, take on any responsibilities that relate to the organization of the event. In the aftermath, the event will be evaluated on a 1-10 point basis by the participants, the guest speakers and the Board.

Step 1:


The board of directors will determine whether the mentee and the mentor are eligible in participating in this program through a series of requirements:

Be able to meet or talk with each other once every 2 weeks
Be focused and have the genuine ambition to learn from each other with a professional goal in mind
Know what they want to get out of the mentoring relationship


Step 3:

Training workshop: Introduce the Three Point Principle (Appendix 1) & Listening vs. Hearing (Appendix 2).

First Meeting: During this stage, the mentee and the mentors will get the chance to meet and exchange their expectations from this program, establish basic modes of communication(times of meetings, format of contact such as social media, email, phone number etc.).This meeting can be formal or informal as required and will be the first step to getting to know each other and building trust.

Level 2
Step 7:
In this Final meeting, the mentor, mentee and a representative from the Board of Directors will come together to finalize all the progress and work done during the program and the mentee is to compile a condensed report to be approved by the mentors and the board rep. (Report template: Appendix 7)

Step 8: Evaluation
In this final step, the Board of Directors will make
themselves familiar with the report and will each value the mentorship on a scale of 1-10, which will be averaged and therefore acknowledged as the final evaluation mark of completion of the program.

After the Eight Steps, the student can choose to continue the program to the next level. (if eligible)


Step 4: Production of
During this meeting, the mentor and mentee will produce a basic plan of their short and long term, professional and personal development goals to achieve during that term using the templates of Appendix 3 & 4 of the framework. We encourage our mentors to be creative in their methods.

In the aftermath, the mentor will produce a mentoring plan using their previous struggles and special experiences that the mentee can find fruitful. Mentees will also prepare the questions and issues to ask about from the mentor based on previous experiences and struggles. This plan will be reviewed by the board of directors before the next stage.

Step 6: Operations
Conduct operations according to the plan presented:
This stage will consist of a variety of meetings with mentors, attending professional events and doing research on their field. The mentees will also prepare for the event to be organized in Month Three (Checklist in Appendix 6).
Month 1
Month 2
Month 3
The agreement will be signed as a result of a mutual agreement over the program plan and checklists (Step 4). Signing the agreement automatically implies that the individuals agree to the Terms and Conditions of the program (Appendix 5).

Step 5: Signing of agreement
Step 2:

Assignment of a designated mentor to each mentee will be based on their mutual interests in the field.

The mentee has the right to choose their mentor from our database, which would contain complete profiles of each mentors, including their time availability to ensure the mentees choose a mentor suited for them.

If needed, the Chamber can also contact an eligible mentor that the mentee prefers and request them to be a part of the program.
Step 6: Operations (cont'd)- Event
There should be an event organization involved which will be conducted by the mentee himself/herself with the guidance of the mentors. The format of the event is to be determined by the mentee. The event can be hosted on an online basis.
Option A.
Invite a guest speaker (or two) to have them present about their chosen career path as an example for students.
Option B.
Organize a workshop/presentation on a specific topic that the community will find useful.
Option C.
Host a debate on a popular ethical topic to spark discussion among the community.
The mentee will be in charge of all event coordinating, promoting, guestlist and every other activity in relation with the event. The mentors can guide and advise the mentee, but cannot, under any circumstance, take on any responsibilities that relate to the organization of the event. In the aftermath, the event will be evaluated on a 1-10 point basis by the participants, the guest speakers and the Board.

Step 1:


The board of directors will determine whether the mentee and the mentor are eligible in participating in this program through a series of requirements:

Be able to meet or talk with each other once every 2 weeks
Be focused and have the genuine ambition to learn from each other with a professional goal in mind
Know what they want to get out of the mentoring relationship


Step 3:

Training workshop: Introduce the Three Point Principle (Appendix 1) & Listening vs. Hearing (Appendix 2).

First Meeting: During this stage, the mentee and the mentors will get the chance to meet and exchange their expectations from this program, establish basic modes of communication(times of meetings, format of contact such as social media, email, phone number etc.).This meeting can be formal or informal as required and will be the first step to getting to know each other and building trust.

Level 3
Step 7:
In this Final meeting, the mentor, mentee and a representative from the Board of Directors will come together to finalize all the progress and work done during the program and the mentee is to compile a condensed report to be approved by the mentors and the board rep. (Report template: Appendix 7)

Step 8: Evaluation
In this final step, the Board of Directors will make
themselves familiar with the report and will each value the mentorship on a scale of 1-10, which will be averaged and therefore acknowledged as the final evaluation mark of completion of the program.

After the Eight Steps, the student can choose to continue the program to the next level. (if eligible)


Step 4: Production of
During this meeting, the mentor and mentee will produce a basic plan of their short and long term, professional and personal development goals to achieve during that term using the templates of Appendix 3 & 4 of the framework. We encourage our mentors to be creative in their methods.

In the aftermath, the mentor will produce a mentoring plan using their previous struggles and special experiences that the mentee can find fruitful. Mentees will also prepare the questions and issues to ask about from the mentor based on previous experiences and struggles. This plan will be reviewed by the board of directors before the next stage.

Step 6: Operations
Conduct operations according to the plan presented:
This stage will consist of a variety of meetings with mentors, attending professional events and doing research on their field. The mentees will also prepare for the event to be organized in Month Three (Checklist in Appendix 6).
Month 1
Month 2
Month 3
The agreement will be signed as a result of a mutual agreement over the program plan and checklists (Step 4). Signing the agreement automatically implies that the individuals agree to the Terms and Conditions of the program (Appendix 5).

Step 5: Signing of agreement
Mentee/Mentor
Mentee
Mentor

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