Call for expressions of interest for a mentor to conduct 6 sessions for job orientation

Call for expressions of interest for a mentor to conduct 6 sessions for job orientation


The overall goal of this project is to influence students on the importance of education through positive interventions, encouraging them to take an active role in leading their educational process and to be oriented towards academic and career success. For this purpose, we intend to implement a mentoring program where mentors will focus on high school students. This initiative aims to provide academic and non-academic support to the students of these schools, especially those from the Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities. Through mentoring, we aim to provide an environment of support and assistance, helping students to maintain and improve their performance in school and achieve a vision for their future career. The mentor's role will be to provide guidance and support to students in managing school challenges, helping them to reach their full potential, develop their skills, improve their academic performance and become the person they want to be. to be in the future.

As part of the program for the provision of career orientation, the NGO "Voice of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians" called for expressions of interest for mentors to hold 6 career orientation sessions.

Teachers, pedagogues and psychologists who are regular staff of high schools in Kosovo have the right to express interest. In order to apply as a mentor within our organization, teachers from high schools in the following municipalities have the right:

Ferizaj – 3 (Three) Mentors

Klina – 1 (One) Mentor

Fushe Kosovo – 1 (One) Mentor

Obiliq – 1 (One) Mentor

Obiliq/Plemetin – 2 (Two) Mentors

Podujevo – 2 (Two) Mentors

Shtime –  2 (Two) Mentors

Peja – 2 (Two) Mentors

Mitrovica – 1 (One) Mentor

Gjakovë - 2 (Two) Mentors


Mentoring engagement by teachers will be paid, which will be calculated based on the number of students they will mentor.

The main tasks of the mentor are:

Providing assistance to students for regular attendance at school and to achieve the best success in learning. This includes suggestions for organizing extra classes or extracurricular activities to improve their academic performance;
Help in the development of personal and academic goals: Mentors help students identify and define clear personal and academic goals and help them on the way to them and in the best development of career orientation;
Raising awareness of self-worth: Mentors help students develop their awareness of self-worth and improve their self-confidence;
Providing support to students in preparing to continue their education, including staying in graduation or further studies;
Detailed information and guidance on career opportunities and fields of study that may interest students. This includes identifying job opportunities, university study programs and careers in general. The mentor should help students understand possible career paths and provide practical advice to make smart choices about their field of study and career development.
Regular reporting of work progress to the organization, to ensure that students benefit from career guidance support provided by mentors;


To qualify as a potential mentor, the applicant must:

To be regular staff at the school;
Have a university degree;
Have good communication skills and motivation for students;
Have experience in contemporary education methodology;
Have report writing skills;
To have computer knowledge;
Be ready to start mentoring/career guidance work from May 02, 2024 to June 10, 2024.


Documentation required for application:

CV (Curriculum Vitae);
Letter of motivation of the applicant;
Consent from the school director for application in this call;
University degree and certificates from relevant training.


You can send the completed documents to the e-mail address: with the title: "Application for Mentor"

The deadline for application is until: 30.04.2024. Incomplete documentation will not be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

For more information, you can contact the phone number: +383 (0)49 838 759