Find a mentor YIP Tandem? Whether you want to discuss career objectives, plan professional development or receive specific advice on everyday personal and professional life. Someone with professional experience can provide support on a wide range of issues. And they are completely impartial. After all, mentoring takes place outside the usual Ph.D. supervisor/Ph.D. student/Ph.D. evaluator/Ph.D. candidate or superior/employee framework. Mentoring can emerge spontaneously through informal relationships or by way of targeted and self-organised network building. In this form, mentoring has always shaped the careers of junior staff. In-house promotion of talent benefits greatly from this potential in mentoring. Institutionally organised mentoring, such as the mentoring programme at the University of St.Gallen, offers professional support in finding a mentor and building a mentoring relationship. You cannot find the right person? Or you might already have one or more potential people in mind? Do contact us. We are happy to put you in contact, support you with establishing a mentoring-relationship and take on an advisory role with respect to all relevant actors.