A Mentor is a trusted guide who takes a genuine interest in the person they mentor. Moreover, they encourage the person to choose their own direction, offering guidance that takes into consideration their personal situation, needs and passions. Mentoring is a relationship is characterized by mutual trust, understanding, and empathy.
A critical component of the Meryl Williams Fellowships is a mentoring support program, where every Fellow is paired with an experienced mentor in her home country to provide support and guidance as they build management, leadership and professional skills.
They are now seeking mentors from the Philippines, Nepal, Myanmar, Mongolia, Timor Leste, Vanuatu, Samoa, Tonga, Kiribati, Tuvalu & The Solomon Islands.
To submit an Expression of Interest (EoI) in becoming a mentor:
- Download the Mentor guidelines. Read carefully to understand the role of the mentors.
- Apply by completing the online Expression of Interest form via the Apply Now button above, or click here.
Application closes on July 31st, 2020!
For more information, visit Meryl Williams Fellowship