Mentoring is a relationship of accompaniment, sharing and mutual assistance between two individuals, the mentor and the mind, whose goal is to promote the transfer of Know-how, experiences, values and the strengthening of social ties. The strength of the binomial Mentor-mind is to encourage solidarity to reduce isolation and to allow personal development in a constantly evolving professional and social environment.
In this relationship, the Mentor is a person with a consolidated academic and professional experience, willing to share his Know-how, his experience and his knowledge to help a mind and develop its personal and professional skills. On the other hand, the mind is a person seeking support, progression, or evolution, motivated and voluntary, to benefit from the Mentor's advice. This relationship, usually free of charge, is based on the sharing of information, in mutual respect and based on a code of conduct.