Thank you all for an amazing EMS2022
Mentoring can build solid bridges between schools, social partners, businesses and families and it helps to create inclusive eco-systems. By connecting the world of formal and informal mentoring and learning we can work together and learn from each other for the benefit of mentees.
This year’s theme: ‘Linking formal and informal mentoring in a holistic approach’ took the field of mentoring to a new dimension. Participants had the chance to listen to 40+ selected presenters, who challenged our understanding of how and under which conditions mentoring works. Europe’s next mentoring event was an opportunity to be part of something bigger! The summit brought together 250+ people from Europe and beyond: mentoring experts, professionals, researchers, government & civic leaders, mentors, mentees, corporate partners, students, and mentoring lovers on how to link formal & informal mentoring in a holistic approach.
What we have achieved
Meet some of our speakers
Member of the European Parliament, Member of the Committee on Culture and Education
Ilana Cicurel is a Member of the European Parliament for the Renew Europe Group, and a firm advocate for mentoring.
Philosophical educationalist, child and family pedagogue and a senior lecturer at the Rotterdam University of Applied Science
Director of the Center for Evidence-Based Mentoring at the University of Massachusetts Boston
Jean Rhodes is the Frank L. Boyden Professor of Psychology and the Director of the Center for Evidence-Based Mentoring at the University of Massachusetts Boston.