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Mentor Network

A community of individuals and organizations wishing to share knowledge and experiences and help Vietnamese students with personal and career development.

MENTORS PORTFOLIO

Our mentors joined us from
12 countries around the world.

G-college Mentor Network

Russia

Canada

Australia

Vietnam

Singapore

Sweden

​United Kingdom

Japan

Spain

France

Germany

Netherlands

Our network members joined us from some of the world's leading companies and credible educational institutions.

pwc
Zalando
L'oréal
Nayang Technological University Singapore (NTU)

10

industries.

89

mentoring hours.

12

countries.

24

workshops.

34

mentors, speakers, and advisors joined.

WHO CAN JOIN?

G-college Mentor

Mentors & Trainers

If you are interested in coaching, mentoring, have an outstanding profile, or have experience living and working abroad, join us as a mentor!

G-college Partners

Partners & Sponsors

If your organizations are also targeting Vietnamese students, let's connect to discuss potential collaborations.

BECOME A MENTOR

Do you want to help a student achieve their dream?

Join us as a mentor!

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Will I be compensated for being a G-college Mentor or Trainer?

G-college is a non-profit organization so all members of G-college work on a voluntary basis, without salary. If you are interested in being paid, please contact the G-college Network team to discuss more details.

Is G-college a non-profit organization? Why do some of the programs still charge fees?

G-college is a non-profit organization, however, some of our programs still charge a small fee to cover the necessary operating costs. In addition, the entire remaining tuition fee will be paid to the G-college Scholarship Fund to organize awards and scholarships for Vietnamese students, for example, Travel Award, Young Scholars Scholarship, etc.

I really want to join G-college Network but I don't have time right now, what should I do?

You can still sign up for G-college Network and our networking activities.

When G-college students need support, the Mentor Coordinators team will contact and discuss with you the mentorship activity later.

What are the duties and responsibilities of a Mentor and a Trainer different?

A trainer's job is to participate in the design of lessons and courses together with G-college's Product Development team.

A mentor's job is to accompany G-college students through mentorships, usually every 2 weeks and for different periods depending on the program.

Still have questions?