Mentoring our Future
MoF is a mentoring program for students of the University of Prishtina. This program will serve as a meeting point of professionals and as an exchanging space of their professional experience. This networking mechanism will be an address where the community will communicate and benefit in different fields.
To provide each student with individual attention and guidance related to their professional development goals, career aspirations and networking needs.
Application deadline for Mentees:
20th of September 2021!
If you want to be mentored by established professionals of our society, apply here to Become a Mentee.
If you want to be part of a network of established professionals and offer your expertise by mentoring students in Kosovo, apply here to Become a Mentor.
If you want to be part of the program as a Mentee but you do not find a field that suits your interests, then Ask for a Mentor. We will do our best to find a mentor that suits your needs.
MentorGarentina Kraja studied political science at the American University Yale University, where she graduated with BA and MA. Since 2012 she has lectured at the American University of Kosovo RIT-Kosovo on developing state policies, international relations and the link between globalization and religion as social phenomena.
MentorBardh Hoxha is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science in the Department of Computer Science at Southern Illinois University. Bardh holds a PhD degree in Computer Science from Arizona State University where he worked in the area of testing and verification of Cyber-Physical Systems with Prof. Georgios Fainekos and was part of the Cyber-Physical Systems Lab.
MentorIndira Kartallozi is a director at Kaleidoscope Futures a Cambridge-based think-tank and media company focused on creating a better and brighter future – one that is safe, smart, shared, sustainable and satisfying. Through courses, research, publications, and films, Kaleidoscope promotes the creation of future-fitness and integrated value.
Bjondina Rexha holds an MA from Central European University in Global Economic Relations and a BA from University of Prishtina in Banking, Finance and Accounting. Currently, she works as a Senior Officer for Economic Criteria and Regional Development at the Ministry of European Integration.
Previously, she was a Project Manager at Kosovar Youth Council where she managed a project focused in Quality of Education. She was a representative of University of Prishtina at the Harvard National Model United Nations held in Boston, Massachusetts. Moreover, she attended a lot of different conferences and trainings, such as: European Youth Parliament, Young Leaders of Southeastern Europe, School of Politics etc. Bjondina was a Young Cell Scheme Scholar, Round X.
Her research interest vary on: Education, Security Policy, Economic Inequality, and Sustainable Development.
Vjosa Morina is working as a Consultant in Management for a Capacity Development Project at the Ministry of European Integration. She has worked for more than 4 years in the civil society sector, experienced in project management, capacity building, education, advocacy, and minority communities’ empowerment.
She has previously worked with local and international organizations and consulting companies like Balkan Sunflowers Kosova, The Ideas Partnership, Play International, GFA Consulting Group, International Organization for Migration and EU Election Observation Missions.
Mentoring our Future (MoF) is a mentoring program for Kosovan students at the University of Prishtina. The main aim of this program is to facilitate the transfer of professional knowledge and experience between established professionals and Kosovar students who are interested in developing their career in a respective field. This program will serve as a meeting point of these professionals and as an exchanging space of their professional experience, therefore this networking will be an address where the community will communicate and benefit in different areas.