Apply nowMaster Innholders mentoring
MI Mentor is a one-year mentoring scheme for young leaders who want to develop their career and progress within the hospitality sector. This scheme is open to the entire hotel industry.
The mentoring scheme provides formalised support from experienced professionals outside of the mentee’s own work environment. Together with your mentor you will set your career goals and receive the benefit of one-to-one coaching supported by the MI Mentor framework.
The MI Mentor scheme helps young leaders develop and progress their careers and gives them a source of expertise and advice apart from their work environment. It also helps to develop their network and improve their engagement with the hotel industry.
There is no cost to enrol on the scheme, but we do ask you to commit to becoming a mentor in the future as you become more experienced.
If you are ready to grow your career and would like to explore the possibilities the MI mentor scheme, apply using the button below. Please allow 20 days for a response.Become a mentee
The mentoring scheme doesn't just help the mentees - it brings benefits to the mentors too by helping them to understand the issues faced in the industry and enabling them to understand what our young leaders are looking for in their careers.
Mentoring takes some time and commitment but is hugely rewarding and worthwhile. If you would like to find out more about becoming a mentor click the button below.Become a mentor
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