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Become a 

RE: Project Mentor

Are you a professional with a background in the social sciences, humanities, international development and/or related fields?

Are you interested in sharing your experience as a way of giving back to the community and inspiring others? Are you in a position to offer some insights and help others at the beginning of their career?

If you answered YES to these questions, become a RE: Project mentor to make it happen!


Mentors can make a difference and help young professionals and students by:  

  • Sharing their stories, experiences, and advice in the form of content (ie., a video interview, podcast, blog);

  • Leading short digital workshops focusing on specific aspects of career development, which aim to equip the audience with relevant skills, knowledge, and experience (See more about the workshops here). 

  • Mentoring students/young professionals in need of guidance on a one-on-one basis; 

  • Participating in networking events.


If you are interested in becoming a RE: Project mentor, please fill out the application form here.   

Check out the amazing work of our current Mentor here.



Become a 

RE: Project Community Ambassador

Are you looking to be a part of a global community of social sciences/international development professionals? Do you want to carry forward the RE: Project’s vision of re-think, re-skill, and re-design the future of work for social scientists at your own university, institution, and/or organization? Do you want free access to RE:’s workshops, mentors, and our extensive global network of aspiring and experienced social scientists? 


If yes, click here to apply for 2020-2021 RE: Project’s Community Ambassador position*. The position is open to current students (Undergraduate & Postgraduate (Master’s/Ph.D.), recent graduates, and anyone working at organizations within the broad fields of development, international affairs, social sciences, etc. 

Duties of Community Ambassador include: 

  • Distribute and actively promote RE: Project content, workshops, and other information to your community via social media;

  • Assist the RE: Project production team in gathering content topics, ideas, and feedback from your community.


Basic requirements: 

  • Share our vision and passion for creating a robust network of social scientists/international development practitioners, as well as  carry RE:’s work forward at their respective universities and organizations;

  • Have excellent interpersonal and social media skills;

  • Be the key liaison between their organizational/university chapter and the RE: Project Core Team; 

  • Be passionate about the social sciences and making a positive change! 


Why become a RE: Project Community Ambassador? 

  • As a RE: Project Community Ambassador, you will reap several benefits including, but not limited to: free RE: Project workshop attendance and mentor introductions, first access to our exclusive mentor-referred job opportunities, and free spots in our networking events. 

  • You will also have our support in hosting your very own RE: events whether through guest speakers, networking events, or skill-based workshops in your own community; 

  • Training will be provided.

*Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis 




with Us

Organizations or individuals can collaborate with us on 

  • Content production: If your organization is looking to create engaging content (videos, interactive Q&As, LIVE streams, webinars, virtual round tables, podcasts, blogs) related to career-building in the social sciences/international development/startup/social enterprise fields, we could work together! 


  • Events organization: If your organization is looking to host (virtual or off-line) events related to career-building in the social sciences/international development/startup/social enterprise fields, get in touch with us!

  • Marketing and Advertising 

For collaboration please email us at 

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