1. What is eMentorHub and how does it work?
eMentorHub provides a mentoring platform to support our users with the soft skills and network to drive their personal and professional growth. Our innovative technology helps by matching mentors and mentees according to career targets and other important factors listed in the applications. After matching, mentors and mentees are able to communicate with each other on our platform during a 3-month long mentoring experience.
Our innovative technology helps by matching mentors and mentees according to career targets and other important factors listed in the applications.
After matching, mentors and mentees are able to communicate with each other on our platform during a 3-month long mentoring experience.
2. What are the key differences between eMentorHub and other existing mentoring platforms?
eMentorHub is proud to be the first platform in Vietnam to integrate high-end technologies with mentoring activities. We offer our users:
A crowdsourced mentoring network
Free for group mentoring or one-off mentoring
Software as a Service (SaaS) for companies
3. How much does eMentorHub cost?
eMentorHub offers a free matching service for both Mentee and Mentor.
4. How can I access eMentorHub mentoring platform?
You have to apply to become a Mentee or Mentor to use our platform.
5. Which language does eMentorHub support?
Our website and other related services are available in Vietnamese and English.
6. Can I apply for the program if I am not staying in Vietnam?
Our mission is to select and connect Mentors and Mentees together on a global scale, no matter where you are, you can always participate in the program.
7. Will I receive a certificate of participation upon completion of the program?
Upon completion of the program, members will receive a certificate of program completion as a recognition and encouragement from eMentorHub for your achievements and personal development efforts.
In addition, while participating in the program as a Mentee, you can associate yourself with eMentorHub as a member of a highly specialized and global community development program.
8. Can I update my information after I register for an account?
You can change and update information after registering for an account in the Mentoring Dashboard on the Home page.
9. How about my data privacy? Is it safe?
eMentorHub commits to not share any user’s data with any third party. Our security and data experts work hard to protect your personal information.
10. How can eMentorHub manage the quality of the mentoring program?
We offer a solid technological infrastructure that is capable of focusing on a user-driven feedback loop that ensures the quality of our matches. Our onboarding program will set our users up for success by preparing mentees and mentors for their roles.
1. Who is Mentor?
Mentor is the one who has the ability to support the career or life development of someone they choose (Mentee). The origin of the English word Mentor means someone who inspires, teaches, leads, shows the way, and supports.
2. What is the main role of a Mentor?
Mentors often play two fundamental roles for Mentees, career and psychosocial roles.
In the career role, Mentor becomes a coach - who gives advice to help improve Mentee's capacity and career growth.
In the psychosocial role, Mentor becomes a role model and spiritual supporter for Mentee.
3. What does it take to become a mentor at eMentorHub?
You need to be a working professional who is willing to share your advanced knowledge and experience with mentees. You can find requirements to become a mentor here, start reviewing our step-by-step instructions on eMentorHub website - Be a Mentor section.
4. How does becoming a mentor benefit me and my career?
You can find more information about the benefits of having mentees on eMentorHub website - Be a Mentor section.
5. Are there any training materials on how to be a good mentor?
Yes, eMentorHub offers mentor-only unique training documents. Most of our Mentors are able to complete training materials within their first month.
6. How much time do I need to commit to the mentoring program?
A Mentor needs to commit at least 1 hour to mentor each month, 3 months in a row for each Mentee.
7. What should I do if I want to become a mentor?
You can find the Mentor application form here, start filling in your information and following our step-by-step instructions on eMentorHub website - Be a Mentor section.
8. How does eMentorHub evaluate approved mentors?
To be approved as a qualified Mentor, applicants need to fill out the application form in detail and we will hold a short interview between potential Mentors and eMentorHub management to assess your suitability for eMentorHub as a Mentor.
9. How many mentees am I assigned to?
eMentorHub offers 1-on-1 mentoring over a three-month cycle. This format requires a great deal of commitment from both sides. At each mentoring session, a Mentor should only focus on working with one Mentee to make the best use of this opportunity. However, depends on your availability, you can choose how many Mentees you want to mentor each month depending on mentee availability (not to exceed their registered available hour per month).
Depending on the needs of each stage of development, eMentorHub also allows Mentor to change Mentees to suit them. We encourage each Mentor to take turns experimenting with as many Mentees as possible. Please read more about the benefits of getting multiple Mentees at Be a Mentor section.
10. Can I choose my mentee?
Mentors can choose to accept or decline the matching suggestion from eMentorHub before the matching is completed, and email confirmation is sent to both.
11. Can I change or reject a mentee?
After the matching process is completed and the email confirmation is sent to both Mentor and Mentee, you can:
Change the meeting timing based on the agreement between Mentor and Mentee.
Reject a Mentee if you have a good reason, please clarify in your rejection note
1. Who is Mentee?
The term Mentee is used here to refer to an individual or a group of individuals who act as “learners” in relationships of mentoring, support, and direction. This relationship does not account for age or position differences between Mentor and Mentee.
2. What does it take to become a mentee at eMentorHub?
To become a Mentee at eMentorHub, you just need to be the one who wants to seek advice and support from Mentor in orienting your current career development or switching to a new field, especially is in the field of Data Science and Marketing Technology (Mar Tech).
Understanding your own wants, needs and goals will be an important factor in making mentoring the most effective for Mentee at eMentorHub.
3. How does becoming a mentee benefit me and my career?
You can find more information about the benefits of having mentees on eMentorHub website - Be a Mentee section.
4. How much time do I need to commit to the mentoring program?
A mentee needs to commit at least 1 hour of mentoring each month, 3 months in a row for each mentor.
5. What should I do if I want to become a mentee?
You can find the Mentor application form here, start filling in your information and following our step-by-step instructions on eMentorHub website - Be a Mentee section.
6. How many mentors can I work with?
eMentorHub offers 1-on-1 mentoring over a three-month cycle. This format requires a great deal of commitment from both sides. We suggest that you focus on working with one Mentor at a time to make the best use of this opportunity.
Depending on the needs of each stage of development, eMentorHub also allows Mentee to change Mentor to suit them. We encourage each Mentee to take turns experimenting with as many as possible. Please read more about the benefits of getting multiple Mentees at Be a Mentee section.
7. Can I choose my mentor?
Here is how Mentors are matched with Mentees:
Mentee submits an application that will trigger the matching request in our system.
Our system will define mentor options based on user-submitted criteria.· eMentorHub sends matching suggestions to Mentee.
Mentee chooses their preferred option based on the suggested list of Mentors.
eMentorHub send accepted matching options to the Mentor.
eMentorHub completes the matching process and sends email confirmations to both Mentor and Mentee.
During the mentoring cycle, Mentor and Mentee can re-submit their objectives to be matched with additional Mentee and Mentor.
8. Are there any training materials on how to be a good mentee?
Yes, eMentorHub offers mentee-only unique training documents. Most of our Mentees are able to complete training materials within their first month.
1. What is mentoring?
Mentoring is a mutual and cooperative relationship between a senior and junior professional for the purpose of the Mentee’s growth and career development. Mentors can also get tangible benefits, for example, building trust, reputation and expanding business networks. Mentor and Mentee is a special relationship based on the skills and experience, not necessarily on age or position.
2. How long does a mentoring program take?
The timeline starts as soon as mentors and mentees receive their matching results. The mentoring program will last for 3 consecutive months, 1 hour per month.
3. What are some key activities for one mentoring session?
A recommended structure for each 60 min session is:
- 5 mins introduction & warm-up
- 10 mins share about requested mentoring areas & expected results
- 30 mins discussion
- 15 mins wrap up lessons learned & next steps
4. Do mentees and mentors always come from the same industry?
Not necessary. It depends on the Mentee’s and Mentor’s growth objectives. Industry, location and skill set do not always matter.
5. What can mentors do during the mentoring program?
We suggest direct communication between mentees and mentors on our platform.
1. Career Orientation and Job search
Your mentor will help you develop your technical skills by coaching you through a project, doing code review, setting up regular calls or conducting mock interviews depends on the role you are aiming for.
Get support you throughout your job search with resume and LinkedIn review, and will help you develop a strategy for reaching out to companies. We’ll also offer salary negotiation coaching, as well as community events and webinars.
Example question: What jobs will data science/data analytics do? Are data science and data analytics the same or different careers?
Example directional research: It depends which role are you aiming for?
2. For on-the-job mentees - Related Skill and Knowledge
Collaborate with your mentor in any skills development projects or works of your interests.
Example question: How does the field of data science/ data analytics work in relation to the back-end/ front-end section?
Example question: What are the required skills when moving from a different field (such as Manufacturing, Finance, Marketing, etc.) to data science/ data analytics?
Example question: What are some data science/ data analytics related skills needed in your CV that can help you to make an impression on recruiters?
3. Career development
What is your evaluation of the field data science/ data analytics in developed countries?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of working in a company specializing in data science/data analytics consulting, compared to working in a company with only one data analytics department?
How to determine the market demand for data science/ data analytics?
Why do you think data science/ data analytics will become extremely developed in the future?
Are there much promotional opportunities while working in the field of data science?
4. Job Description / Role & Responsibility
How does the role of a data scientist / data analytics in an organization relate to other departments?
What are the roles and responsibilities of a data scientist / data analytics in a government-affiliated organization?
5. Mentoring Session Preparation
How to connect with a mentor specializing in data science/ data analytics?
What courses will help you to improve your skills in data science/ data analytics to meet the needs of the data analytics job market in the future?
Is the gender difference an advantage when it comes to data science?
6. During Mentoring and Closure Session
What media channels can regularly provide us with information about the data science / data analytics career?
If an individual is disoriented in data science, what methods can help him/her clearly see the direction and next goals to achieve?
What is the best advice for someone with a data science/data analytics career orientation?
If a person specializes in business administration but intends to dive into data analytics, is there any data analysis-related jobs suitable for someone with such expertise?
I have been involved in data science in a large manufacturing company, and I am the only female in my department. What is the best advice for a woman in the data science community like me?
How many methods does a mentor use to improve the performance of a mentee?
Feedback and coaching are 2 very popular methods for a mentor to use, how do these two methods help a mentor develop a mentee? In what situations are they used?
I'm working in the field of agriculture crops and agricultural products, can I apply data science to my profession? If so, what aspects of this profession can it be applied to?
7. Post Mentoring Session
How can I maintain a good relationship with my data science mentor?
Can consulting from a mentor guarantee me a good career orientation? If not, what should I do next?
How can data be collected? How and by how much does the speaker evaluate the accuracy of the data after processing? Besides data processing tools, what basic math knowledge is needed for analysis?
8. Software and Programming Language (Technical) Mentoring
How do high-quality data and unreliable data affect data analysis?
How to create a high-quality dataset?
How many programming languages are optimal for a data scientist to know?
What methods to solve problems using Big Data?
There are many softwares like Big Query, power BI, Tableau, etc. to analyze data, how to compare these softwares with each other?
9. Soft Skill Mentoring
In addition to hard skills, what soft skills should a person in data science/data analytics be equipped with?
10. Work Life Balance and Burnt Out Management
Learning new programming languages and taking on an analysis project will take you a lot of time and effort, so how to balance life and work?