We are looking for both women and men who have relevant leadership experience (either business or civic), and would be willing to act as a mentor by supporting their mentees in achieving their career goals.

Mentors should be able to demonstrate that they possess the experience necessary for acting as an effective business mentor. Priority will be given to people who have either served as board directors or those with a strong entrepreneurial background.

Previous mentoring experience is also an advantage, but is certainly not a requirement; passion, commitment and a willingness to help your mentee are!

As a mentor, you must be prepared to meet with your mentee once a month for around 2 hours, and to attend approximately three joint sessions and number of workshops or other meetings throughout the year.

Mentors will be asked to provide a description of what areas they feel they could most contribute to and also the type of person who could benefit most from their experience. 


Applications for the 10th edition of Equilibrium in 2020 are now open.


Please attach the Application form together with your CV (or LinkedIn link) and one current photo as well.


Download the application form HERE.


Please send the documents to Tereza Čáňová, Equilibrium mentoring programme coordinator.