Does anyone know if Philips offers a mentorship program to its less experienced employees?

Does anyone know if Philips offers a mentorship program to its less experienced employees?
2018-08-09T17:49:17Z 3
2018-08-09T17:49:17Z

Former Data Modeling Intern at Philips North America

over 2 years ago
You will work directly with your boss so I would regard that as a mentorship (maybe?). It is beneficial and the boss will talked with you whenever you would like as long as he/she is free. It benefits a lot and helps you get your hands on your project.
2018-08-09T17:49:17Z

Former Co Op at Philips Healthcare

over 2 years ago
Philips Healthcare has a rotation program for newly graduated undergraduates and master students, which is a good mentorship program. When I was working there, my supervisor and several of his coworkers mentored me. They helped me figure out the critical points for me to be successful at my project. They held workshops focusing on the technical details. They try to make sure their interns learn something while working there.
2018-08-09T17:49:17Z

Former Software Engineering Co-op at Philips HealthCare North America

over 2 years ago
Every software engineer intern would get an assigned mentor, but there is no formal program that specifies what mentors and mentees should do. My mentor was the team lead for the CT software team, and also the one who interviewed me for my application. However, he was very busy during the time I was in Philips and had little time to spend with me on project design. He was really good at answering any questions I had, but not much more. It really depended on how much I asked and reached out. Everyone could be a mentor and would spend time talking with you.
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