As IE alumni, you are an integral part of our family and your role as a mentor is a great way to give back and pay it forward to the IE community. There are many ways you can share your experiences, expertise, and insights with students and fellow alumni who wish to have support and guidance on their professional growth. Our mentors are true community leaders. Let your passion inspire others and make a long-lasting impact to your alma mater!
Our Peer-to-Peer Mentoring Platform is a powerful online platform that facilitates one-to-one career consultations among IE alumni and students. As IE alumni, you can advise on specific issues based on your own areas of expertise or your own career transitions. You can also review CVs, offer interview tips and practice sessions.
Registration is quick and your professional information can be easily synchronized with your LinkedIn profile, and you decide what to make public and you set up your availability (i.e. Fridays from 10am to 11am). Once an advisee selects your profile, the platform takes it from there – from scheduling the phone meeting to collecting feedback following the consultation.
The technology industry is growing at a rampant pace and gender equality is still catching up. Finding a mentor who is knowledgeable of what it takes to thrive in the Tech industry can be an invaluable asset for our female students looking to kickstart their career in Technology. The Women in Tech Mentoring program is held twice a year with 4 one-on-one mentoring sessions over a period of 4 months (approximately from February-May and May-September).
Together with the mentee you can define the needs that she wishes to cover. Examples of topics include career pathways, work-life balance, CV-review, and mock interviews. If you are an IE alumni or female professional with experience in the Technology sector and would like to help provide guidance and support to our next generation of women leaders, we would love to hear from you. Please complete this statement of interest form.
Monica Lecha de Miguel, Associate Director- Tech & Digital Platforms
The legal sector is evolving quickly, adapting to the rapid changes in society. Law students can get overwhelmed with all the career pathways available during their transition to become professionals. Mentors play a crucial role providing guidance and support to the next generation of lawyers, offering their experience and insights to help guide mentees into defining their goals and identifying different professional alternatives.
The Mentorship in Law program takes course over a 4-month period and is available to undergraduate Law School students in their last years of studies. Mentors attend the Welcome and Closing events at IE University and meet with the students once per month, scheduling according to their availability. Examples of topics to cover include career pathways, work-life balance, networking options, CV-review and mock interviews. If you are a lawyer working at a top international law firm and would like to help provide guidance to our next generation of lawyers, we would love to hear from you!
María Mercedes Blanco, Associate Director of Law Undergraduate Programs
The transition from university to the corporate world can be overwhelming. Learning from and working with an experienced mentor can make a big difference for our undergraduate Business School students by helping them to prepare for the transition and bridge the gap between theory and practice.
The BBA Corporate Mentorship Program matches alumni with 5+ years of experience since graduation with BBA and Dual BBA students for one-on-one mentorship for a minimum of 4 online or in-person conversations between March and June. Mentorship sessions may cover a range of topics, including navigating their program experience at IE, honing specific skills, designing their career path, and deepening their understanding of business functions and industries. Are you a BBA alumni with more than five years of experience? Sign up for the Corporate Mentorship Program to start developing the next generation of business leaders!
Business School Undergraduate Programs Office
If you want to share your business expertise, give advice, supervise, and support the implementation of student’s start-up projects, this opportunity is for you. Fluency in English is required.
Contact us to learn more about how you can get involved with the Venture Lab.
Finding a mentor can be an invaluable career asset for women – especially in industries not renowned for their gender diversity. If you are an IE female alumni and would like to help other women grow, provide guidance and support, we would love to hear from you.