Rotary Bangalore IT Corridor (RBITC) is introducing a mentorship program for undergraduate students (2nd year to final year). Students selected for the program Cheap Burberry Cashmere Scarf will get an opportunity to be mentored by the members Parajumpers Denali Jacket Dam of RBITC, which includes experienced working professionals, doctors, entrepreneurs and community leaders. The program will be for a period of 10 months with a time commitment of at least 30 minutes per month from the mentors. We have limited number of opportunities (about 20) and the candidates will be selected based on the application.
Any undergrad student in the 2nd to final year can participate in the program by
registering at The mentees will be selected based on the details provided in the application.
The mentor-ship program will be for a period of 1 year
The students who participate as mentees benefit from advising, guidance and coaching from a mentor who is experienced professional from the industry as well as formal and informal networking opportunities.
The mentors will commit at least 30 minutes per months for a period of 10 months.
The mentees will be mapped to mentors based on their domain, career aspirations and interest areas as expressed in the application form.
Once you are matched to a mentor, the mentee is encouraged to reach out to the mentor and can fix up appointments for regular meetups. The mentees should realize the mentor’s busy schedule and should be flexible with scheduling for the time and place of meetup. Most mentors are based in the Whitefield area.
At the end of the “official” mentorship program, if you and your mentor wish to continue your mentoring relationship, we encourage you to do so. Mentorship is rewarding in any setting and at any time.