What are the criteria to become a mentee?To be eligible for the programme, you must :
Be between 18 and 33 years old
Have a non-EU nationality OR be Belgian with an immigration background (at least a parent or grandparent was born outside of EU)
Be able to express yourself in English, French or Dutch
Have a valid Belgian residency card (no student visa or orange card)
Be actively seeking a jobSome readers
More information about the criteriaAre you under 18 or over 33?
There are various projects that can help you in the Walloon region. Here are a few of them:
Trouve ton job
In Brussels, you can visit the Team4job website.
And in the Flemish region:Some readers
What does the mentor expect from me?The mentor is there to help you and to provide you with the necessary tools for your job search. His/her role is not to get you a job. He/She therefore expects you to be motivated and to give yourself the opportunity of finding a job.Some readers
How long does take to find a mentor?After the information session, one of the association’s coordinators will sit down with you to discuss your background, your expectations and your personality. Following this interview, you will be “matched” by the association with the mentor who best suits you! Subject to your availability, you will meet for the first time and should you wish to continue the adventure together, you will start your duo!
These steps generally take between 15 days and 1 month.
What if I don't get along with my mentor?If a conflict arises during the mentoring or you feel uneasy in your duo, feel free to contact your coordinator and tell him/her. We will then try to find a solution so that everything goes as smoothly as possible.
However, if you still do ot get along, we will put an end to your duo and we will find a mentor with whom an agreement is possible.Few readers
Is it a paid service?No fee is required, whether it is for the registration or participation in the programme.Few readers