The Euromentor platform offers you –  the young social innovators and entrepreneurs – a flexible and freely accessible opportunity for quality mentoring support. This is provided by specially trained youth workers, other entrepreneurs, and experienced professionals, happy to share their time and knowledge. After registering in the platform, you can find everything you need to reach out and connect to people, who want to help you with the development of great social ventures.

For your convenience, the platform also gives access to a lot of valuable information:

A compact and comprehensive summary of the concept of mentoring, as well as its history, process, and the researched impact mentoring has on the lives of people who become part of it;

Information on the state of the art for social entrepreneurship in all partner countries to the project (Bulgaria, Cyprus, Germany, Romania, and Slovenia), as well as inspirational practices of social entrepreneurship, which are already at work;

Competences framework and guidelines for mentors and mentees, which aim to give you the necessary tools and enable you to be as efficient as possible when participating in the mentoring process.

Feel free to explore the information, register, and evaluate your own current knowledge and skills before delving into the process of mentoring. The trained youth workers and all other volunteer mentors will help you achieve the goals of your social enterprise, make the world a better place, and make yourself a better entrepreneur.

For more information about the Euromentor community, reach out: in , or contact us through . Share your stories, get support, and become a mentor yourself!

Euromentor is a community for collaboration between mentors and mentees in the field of social entrepreneurship and social innovations, created and developed by MYNNOVA project. The project is implemented under the framework of the European Commissions’ Programme Erasmus+, within Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices, Action:


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Erasmus + programme under Grant Agreement No 2016-2-RO01-KA205-024839.
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