Code of Ethics of mentorship
Act in the interest of the Mentee
- The Mentor must place the Mentee’s interest first.
- When the Mentor and the Mentee can no longer continue their relationship, they must inform the YouSpace team as soon as possible for appropriate measures to be taken.
- The Mentor must at all times protect the confidentiality of information delivered to him/her by the Mentee or by any other person having a business relation with him/her.
Conflict of interest
- A Mentor cannot supervise more than one Mentee.
- A University Professor cannot be the Mentor of one of his/her students.
- A Mentor cannot participate in or accept supervising a Mentee in such a way that a conflict of interest would arise with a parent, an associate or a society or a company in which he/she has financial or other interests.
- A Mentor cannot use the mentoring to develop his own business. But he can obviously propose an internship to the Mentee in his Company/institution.
Compensation or remuneration
The Mentor is volunteer. No advantage, reward or compensation will be offered and no travel costs will be reimbursed in return for his/her support.
Ethics of the mentoring relation
The Mentor and the Mentee are responsible together for the quality of their relationship.
Any problem must first be discussed between them before involving the YouSpace team.