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Speed Mentoring



The aim of the speed mentoring activity is to briefly introduce students and young professionals to the diverse career options available in the aviation sector by hearing directly from aviation professionals about their experience in the aviation sector and the role they play in the sector. 

Who is this for?

This activity is for students and young professionals who want to pursue a career in aviation.  

How will it work?

The activity is scheduled to take place during the NGAP Global Summit being held 27-28 November 2017 on the 5th floor (one floor above the Assembly Hall Foyer). 
Students and young professionals will meet individually with aviation professionals for 10 minutes. Upon completing the request form (see How to participate) participants will obtain a short background description of their mentor in order to get prepared for the mentoring activity. While filling the Speed Mentoring Request you will be given a choice to select three occupational preferences but you will be matched with only one. Participants are encouraged to prepare questions in advance.    

Benefits of Speed Mentoring:

  • Learn from the experiences of current aviation professionals.
  • One-on-one session with aviation professionals who can respond to specific questions and provide tips and ideas on career options.
  • Learn about exciting careers in the aviation sector and understand the diversity of opportunities that exist.

Speed Mentoring Request Fees: FREE 

How to participate:

Step 1: Complete the Registration for the NGAP Global Summit.

Step 2: Consult the list of  Occupation Funcational Area related to aviation.

Step 3: Complete the Mentoring Request Form.

Step 4: The Speed Mentoring Team will contact you via e-mail with the meeting schedule.


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 Timetable for Open Speed Mentoring Sessions:


day one (1) Monday 27 November 2017

15:30 - 16:30

16:00 - 17:00

day two (2) Tuesday 28 November 2017

9:30 - 10:30

11:00 - 12:00

11:30 - 12:30

14:00 - 15:00


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