e-Mentoring Program

Please take a few moments to participate in the "e-Mentoring Program for Kids", in which business people such as you, can share your experience and advice with Kids in the form of an "e-Mentoring Profile". This is a great opportunity to engage and inspire Kids, in understanding and developing career and business choices.

Our business community has so much to offer Kids and we have devised an Internet strategy to deliver this information effectively. 

With your permission, we propose to view this information on the TeachingKidsBusiness.com website, as a testimony of career choices.  Your e-mail address will not be published and people who view your response, will not be able to contact you.  Please relate your experience in terms that Kids can understand.  The age range of the Kids, will be from 9-14.  If you want to profile several jobs/industries, please do so, by submitting separate entries.

We will review your profile and when appropriate, display it in a database that kids can access and explore. TeachingKidsBusiness.com reserves the right to reject submissions.

If you can think of any other people that might be interested in providing e-Mentoring to Kids,  please feel free to forward this form to them.

You can fill out the e-Mentoring Form on-line, print it and work on it at your convenience, or request a  copy to be e-mailed to you for return by e-mail.


To request a form, email us at:  ementors@TeachingKidsBusiness.com.

In the Subject field, please key in:  Request for an e-Mentoring Form.  

 

Click on  e-Mentor Profiles.


e-Mentor Form

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Your Profile:
Name:
Male/Female:
City:
State/Province:
Country:
Industry:
Company (Optional):
Job Title:
Community Service Organization:
Education - Please relate the level of education you feel would be 
necessary for someone choosing your career path:

Training/Experience required (type,years, other jobs):

Explain what you do:

Why should kids choose your career path?

What would you recommend career-wise and how should kids 
approach/develop their preparation for a working life?

Lessons Learned - If you could start all over again, what 
would you do differently?

A favorite anecdote, phrase, or expression relating to business, 
that inspires you:

Other suggestions, or relevant information you would communicate 
to kids regarding careers/business in general (Optional):