LevelUP as a Career Mentor
Empower youths to fulfill their career potential
The pandemic has disrupted life as we know it. Economies, industries, and even individuals have had to reinvent themselves. With this constant flux of changes, youths have shared that they are feeling lost. Many have expressed anxiety about navigating their future careers.
Would you step up to this urgent need? Get equipped to be a career mentor who can bring encouragement, hope, and guidance. Want to also level up in your own career? Being involved in mentoring also can boost your own.
The LevelUP Career Mentoring Programme is designed to equip young adults with foundational career mentoring skills and know-how in the workplace and more.
Designed and developed by My Working Title, a career design and consultancy firm, this FREE 2-hour programme (U.P. $399) will help you level up your career mentoring skills. This programme is organised in partnership with the National Youth Council. Upon completion of the programme, participants will receive a certificate.
… then this programme is for you!
LevelUP Career Mentoring Programme Details
Programme Fees: Free. (U.P. $399)
Programme Commitment: 2 hours online
All programme fees are fully funded by the National Youth Council.
of career mentoring, career development strategies and why career mentoring is more important than ever.
others in making better-informed choices as they transit through careers and life with practical frameworks.
for successful career mentoring sessions that lead to optimum results for both mentor and mentee.
This training programme (U.P. $399) is yours for FREE. Secure your seat, and embark on a journey of career mentoring!
Here's What Career Mentees and Mentors Say!
How to use this Learning Platform
About the Course
Enrolment Form (data required by the National Youth Council)
Module 1 Overview
VIDEO: Understanding Career Development for Career Mentoring (8 min)
VIDEO: Differentiating Career Mentoring, Career Coaching and Career Counselling (2.5 min)
Module 2 Overview
VIDEO: Decoding Career Mentoring for Youths (13.5 min)
VIDEO: How Can Employers Support The Growth Of Their Youth Employees (Interview with Andrew Tan, Country Manager, Wantedly) (12 min)
Modules 1 & 2 Quiz
Module 3 Overview
VIDEO: Why are Trust and Rapport so Important and How to Build Them (6 min)
VIDEO: How To Listen Well (2.5 min)
VIDEO: How To Respond Empathetically (1.5 min)
VIDEO: How To Guide Clearly (3.5 min)
VIDEO: How To Ask For Feedback (1 min)
VIDEO: How Do We Support And Challenge Our Career Mentees (Interview with Yvonne Kong-Ho, Career Development Practitioner) (16 min)
Module 4 Overview
VIDEO: Priming your mentee for the first meet-up (1 min)
VIDEO: Preparation before your meetup (5.5 min)
VIDEO: Generate/ Maintain momentum (2 min)
VIDEO: How To Overcome Common Career Mentoring Obstacles For Success (3.5 min)
VIDEO: How Do We Help Our Mentees Dig Deep Into Their Experiences (Interview with Kanchana Gupta, Founder, vLookUp.ai) (18.5 min)
Modules 3 & 4 Quiz
Congratulations + Last Few Steps to the Finishing Line
BONUS Resources: Complimentary Career GPS™ Quiz + Career Journal + More!
BONUS Q&A Videos
Links to Mentoring Organisations + Mentoring SG Movement
Certificate of Participation
We're so glad to hear from you. Please drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'd be happy to answer any questions you have.
A career mentor helps to share knowledge, experience, and expertise with their mentee. The mentor offers support in navigating their career paths. Together, the mentor and mentee strategise to achieve the mentee's career goals. Career mentoring is usually voluntary. Mentorship can happen in an organisation, industry, and also outside of it.
To receive a certificate of participation, participants would need to pass the online module quizzes with a score of 70%.
We estimate that the entire e-course would take a total of 2+ hours to complete.
The certificate is a proof of participation and also that you've understood the basics of career mentoring. You can share it on LinkedIn, to also indicate your personal growth in 'soft' skills and also your volunteering efforts.