Information for companies

In the labor mar­ket, it is beco­ming incre­asing­ly important to get to know poten­ti­al fema­le employees befo­re they enter the work­force.

men­to­rING offers you the chan­ce to do just that!

The men­to­rING pro­gram has been in exis­tence sin­ce 2002 and has sin­ce col­la­bo­ra­ted with more than 60 renow­ned com­pa­nies in the Munich area. During the pro­gram, part­ner com­pa­nies have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to meet talen­ted young fema­le employees and pre­sent their own com­pa­ny at various events. As a result, many of the part­ner com­pa­nies have alre­a­dy been able to hire qua­li­fied fema­le care­er star­ters.

“men­to­rING offers me an inte­res­t­ing exch­an­ge in a diver­se net­work and is the­r­e­fo­re a gre­at enrich­ment for me.”

- Liv Peter­sen, Knorr-Brem­se Sys­te­me für Schie­nen­fahr­zeu­ge GmbH, Team Lea­der Fric­tion Appli­ca­ti­on and Pro­duct Manage­ment

“Empowe­ring peo­p­le through edu­ca­ti­on and crea­ting care­er pathways into the tech­no­lo­gy indus­try for women is cru­cial to Intel. At Intel we know that inno­va­ti­on depends on diver­si­ty of thought and wel­co­ming all per­spec­ti­ves, and we also know that inno­va­ti­on is instru­men­tal in deli­ve­ring stron­ger busi­ness growth. To con­ti­nue our goal to be a work­place of choice for fema­le tech­ni­cal talent, we are inves­t­ing signi­fi­cant resour­ces to build a diver­se and inclu­si­ve work envi­ron­ment to attract the talent nee­ded to remain at the fore­front of inno­va­ti­on. The TUM Men­to­rING pro­gram is stron­gly lin­ked to our aspi­ra­ti­on and brings value to fema­le tech­ni­cal stu­dents and our employees, by pro­vi­ding the oppor­tu­ni­ty to increase their net­work, build trus­ted and las­ting rela­ti­onships and ulti­m­ate­ly learn from each other.”

- Bernd Holt­haus, Intel Ger­ma­ny, HR Direc­tor Ger­ma­ny, Aus­tria, Switz­er­land, Pol­and

Advan­ta­ges for the part­ner com­pa­nies through the men­to­rING pro­gram:

  • Send men­tors from dif­fe­rent depart­ments to let us match them with fema­le stu­dents from the Tech­ni­cal Uni­ver­si­ty of Munich — men­tors from part­ner com­pa­nies are given prio­ri­ty.
  • Pre­sent your com­pa­ny at an “in-house” event at your com­pa­ny, usual­ly com­bi­ned with a regu­lar pro­gram event. You can find more details about the events under “Pro­gram”.
  • Use men­to­rING in your recrui­ting acti­vi­ties and pro­vi­de the fema­le stu­dents with care­er-rele­vant infor­ma­ti­on (e.g. job adver­ti­se­ments).
  • Men­tors from your com­pa­ny are sup­port­ed in their role as men­tors through spe­ci­fic semi­nars and events.
  • Par­ti­ci­pa­te with HR pro­fes­sio­nals in annu­al appli­ca­ti­on trai­ning, whe­re you can get an even bet­ter impres­si­on of men­tees.


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