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EntryPoint Mentoring – How to Pave the Way for Further 23.5.2018
May 23, 2018 | 08:30 - 11:00
EntryPoint is a cross-cultural mentoring programme that aims at connecting enterprises and international talents in Finland by creating a mutually beneficial partnership between mentor and mentee. Since 2016, EntryPoint has proven mentoring as a compelling concept for the integration of highly educated immigrants.
You are warmly welcome to “EntryPoint – How to pave the way to further” seminar to hear what we have learned and how EntryPoint has exemplified the model of two-way learning and integration process. Our partners and key stakeholders will share their insight on how to boost cross-border collaboration for further improvement of EntryPoint as a sustainable, extensible and viable model.
The seminar is free of charge and the language of the seminar is English.
Venue: Scandic Park Vision Hall, Mannerheimintie 46, 00260 Helsinki
Time: Wednesday May 23rd, at 08:30-11:00
Please register here: https://my.surveypal.com/EntryPoint-Seminar-2018
Join the discussion in social media: @come2fi #EntryPoint #mentoring
Registration & Breakfast
Welcome Speech by Helsinki Region Chamber of Commerce
Director Tatu Rauhamäki, Helsinki Region Chamber of Commerce
Keynote Speech: How to solve mismatch between talents and enterprises
Head of Talent Management Kaija Bridger, KONE
Migration Director Sonja Hämäläinen, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment
What are the roles of Higher Education Institutions
Head of Business Collaboration Maarit Haataja, University of Helsinki
President Teemu Kokko, Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences
Testimonials from EntryPoint Mentors and Mentees
Journey of EntryPoint Mentoring Programme since 2016
Mentoring Programme Officer Shania Shin, Helsinki Region Chamber of Commerce
Calls for Future Actions
Project Director Markku Lahtinen, Helsinki Region Chamber of Commerce
Executive Director Jari Jokinen, Academic Engineers and Architects in Finland, TEK
Senior Specialist Laura Lindeman, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment