The window of application for the 16th batch of DOGA Mentoring Program is now open!

This is a 12-month program for the mentor and mentee to form into a mutually agreed learning partnership based on the career interests of the mentees, which could be face to face meetings, phone conversations, email correspondence or other communication via social network!

We welcome existing DOGA members who have good career experience to be our Mentors and share their invaluable insights with our fellow members.

To become a Mentee:
You must be an existing DOGA member who is currently in your undergraduate studies, or you have graduated for less than 2 years from college/ university. Priority will be given to those members who have not participated in this program before.

Benefits of Being a Mentee:
• Learn new skills and competencies in a safe environment.
• Choose your pace. Expand your skills according to your schedule.
• Expand your knowledge base. Your mentor will not only provide support in your career development area, but you would also have an opportunity to learn tips and best-known methods.
• Increase your network of contacts within the DOGA family.

Next Step:
If you are interested to participate in this meaningful program, please complete the relevant application form below, by 5th December 2021 (Sunday).

Links for the Google Forms:

Mentor – https://forms.gle/3gZNSiChvXgg3Axj8

Mentee – https://forms.gle/rkwbHGCUSTZD3Yyd6

Once we have obtained your application, we will pair up mentor/mentee based on mentor's work experience/areas of professional expertise and mentee's desired career development area(s). We target to inform you of the results by first week of January in 2022, and those with matched mentor/mentee pairs are expected to attend a kickoff/ briefing session which will take place in the afternoon on 15th January 2022 save for extenuating circumstances.

PLEASE SAVE THE DATE – 15th January 2022 (Saturday).

Your personal information will be kept in utmost confidentiality and in accordance with DOGA Privacy Policy (http://www.doga.org.hk/index.php/about-doga/disclaimer).