The Effect of the Volunteer Management Mentoring Program on Mentors’ Entrepreneurship Tendency and Leadership Self-efficacy
This study aims to examine the effect of participating in the Volunteer Management Mentoring Program on entrepreneurship tendency and leadership
self-efficacy. The article presents guidance for entrepreneurship, leadership, self-efficacy, research models and methods, study group data and data analysis.
The Volunteer Management Mentoring Program was created by UNICEF and conducted within the scope of the Social Sensitivity course taught at
Kilis 7 Aralik University, Turkey. The research had been designed as a semi-experimental study with pretest-posttest experiment and control groups.
The Entrepreneurship Scale and Leadership Self-Efficacy Scale were applied to the students in the experimental and control groups as pretest and posttest.
In the making of study groups and data analysis, according to the findings, it is concluded that the mentoring program significantly contributed to an increase
in the students’ entrepreneurship tendencies, such as perceiving opportunities, taking action to evaluate opportunities, taking risk, contributing to social change etc. However, it had no significant effect on leadership self-efficacy.
- CategoryPolicy papers
- LanguageEnglish Turkish
- Type of fileDocument