Feedback from Mentors: Empowering Mentees for Success

According to Merriam-Webster, a mentee is “a person who is advised, trained, or counselled by a mentor”.
The benefits of having a mentor are far-reaching, which is why it’s something that so many people will seek in their academic and professional endeavors.
With a mentor, mentees benefit from feedback. Mentors can provide feedback for anything a mentee does, from drafting a cover letter for a job or asking a mentor about how they reacted in a trying situation. All of this feedback combines to make the mentee a better and more confident person who is capable of overcoming challenges alone. .


Requirements to be a mentee:

  • Identify as a woman
  • Be 13 years or older
  • Commit to a minimum of 30 minutes a week for 2 months
  • Be ready to listen, ask questions, share ideas and have a desire for growth
  • Agree to respond to periodic assessment surveys
  • Agree to attend onboarding meetups as required
  • Be willing to adhere to all Mentoring Her and UNDP policies and procedures
  • Be able to obtain parental/guardian permission and ongoing support for participation in the program if requested (Ages 13-18)



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