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*What are the reasons you would like to become an online mentor to invidivuals seeking to create or find a job?

Mentoring Experience

*Describe your experience as a mentor.


*What are your areas of expertise?
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My Photo

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Background Check

Please supply the following information so that we can do a background check.
*Date of birth: (deleted after your background check is complete)

* I hereby give JobGen® permission to perform a criminal background check on me.

My Mentoring Commitment

* I commit to helping anyone that I accept to mentor online, for at least 2 months.
You can change any of your account settings anytime by logging into your account.

* I understand and agree that all my interactions as a mentor will be published on this website, and rated by participants.

Code of Ethics
The following code of ethics will help mentors and mentees understand what is expected of them when they enter into a mentoring relationship. Please read carefully, you will be asked to acknowledge and agree to abide by this code.

  • The mentor’s role is to assist and guide their mentee; it is not to impose their own agenda.
  • The mentor/mentee relationship will maintain an appropriate level of confidentiality.
  • Mentors are responsible to make themselves aware of, and adhere to any applicable laws regarding mentorship in the state, province, district or country where they reside.
  • The mentee is aware of their rights and agree to contact JobGen if there is a concern.
  • Mentors and mentees will respect each other’s time and other responsibilities, ensuring they do not impose beyond what is reasonable.
  • The mentor's goal is to allow the mentee to accept increasing amounts of responsibility for managing the relationship; the mentor will promote the mentee’s autonomy.
  • Mentors should not attempt to do the mentees job for them – the mentee has the ability and the potential, the mentor's job is to help them realize it.
  • The mentor will respect the mentee's right to privacy. They should, however, help the mentee to recognize that personal matters may impact professional issues.
  • Mentors will endeavour to remain open and truthful with themselves and their mentee while participating in the mentoring relationship.
  • Mentors and mentees will share the responsibility of making a smooth transition toward ending their working relationship once it has achieved its purpose – they must avoid creating dependency.
  • The mentoring relationship should not be exploitative in any way, neither may it be open to misinterpretation.
  • Mentors should never work beyond the bounds of their capability, experience and expertise. If they do not feel confident in providing the mentee with proper support, mentors should seek advice or refer mentees to another point of contact.
  • The confidentiality of the mentor/mentee relationship remains paramount at all times. At no time will a mentor disclose any part of the relationship to any person whosoever, without the explicit agreement of the mentee. Any emails, notes or other records of mentoring sessions shall remain, at all times, the property of the mentee. They may, for convenience, be retained by the mentor but may be requested by the mentee at any time.
  • Mentors have a responsibility to address any ethical issues (such as conflicts of interest) that may arise during a mentoring relationship at the earliest opportunity.
  • Either party may dissolve the relationship at any time throughout the period of the mentoring relationship.
* I understand the above Code of Ethics and agree to abide by its principles.