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Career skills and joy of helping – Application for the Student-Alumnus Mentoring Programme is open!

Aalto University Mentoring Programme brings together alumni and students with a view to promote students´ career knowledge and self-development of both parties.

The programme connects annually up to three hundred Finnish and international students and alumni in Finland and abroad, thus being a unique combination of field-specificity, cross-disciplinarity, internationality and different generations. Both Finnish and foreign students who are in the Master’s stage next autumn are eligible to apply as mentees. Alumni and partners with no less than five years of working life experience after graduation are most welcome to apply as mentors

Apply yourself or drop a hint to your friend: http://alumni.aalto.fi/mentoring

The application is open until 3 May.

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