Your career path and experience are real assets for students today. Why not share them with an ESCP student?


If you'd like to get personally involved in the ESCP Alumni network and give something back, share your experience by helping a student!


Every year, several hundred of Alumni seek guidance in their choices and career paths. They need to meet alumni who can help them find their way, share their experiences and share advice and lessons learned in a goodwill spirit.


Why mentor a student?

Mentoring a student means giving his or her mentee some advice and time, and building a mutually enriching relationship.

Becoming a mentor means contributing to the richness of our network and the influence of our School by passing on our values to next generations of students.



Each year, the association launches its recruitment campaign for new mentors between the summer and the start of the school year in September.

The program opens to students in October.

If you are interested in becoming an ESCP Alumni sponsor, please follow these steps:


How does it work?
To register, simply log on your personnal space and access the Mentorship module by clicking on the white box "Mentorship 2023-2024":


Then complete the short information form (company, sector, country and presentation text).

Be as exhaustive and precise as possible, as students choose their mentors by identifying profiles based on keywords and criteria. If you're based outside France, don't hesitate to mention it, so you can build up your long-distance mentorship relationship without any problems!

If you are selected by a student, you will receive a contact e-mail and he or she will initiate the contact.


A few tips to get your mentorship a good start:


 1. The aim is to establish a relationship and a friendly exchange with your mentees to help them find their way, for example, and to share your experiences, advice and lessons learned.

 2. He/she may need feedback on his/her pitch and resume. He/she may have questions about how to approach recruitment interviews. He/she may want to know more about how your career path and the challenges you've faced.

 3.  It's up to you to decide what form this should take: email exchanges, phone calls, face-to-face meetings, Skype, etc. Of course, you can be a mentor even if you're abroad.

 4. Of course, there's no reporting involved, and you're free to do as much or as you like. We have no doubt that if you have volunteered, it's to create a real bond with your mentees.


If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Network Team of ESCP Alumni
Thank you for your involvement and see you soon in the network!