Calling Academicians and Young Urbanists!
The Young Urbanists are pleased to announce the next round of the Mentoring Scheme. The Mentoring Scheme brings together Academicians with eager Young Urbanist members to provide career advice, support and understanding of the sector through mutually beneficial relationships.
What are the benefits of joining a Mentoring Scheme?
Young Urbanists can expect to gain senior insight into their industry or research field, receive advice, improve professional skills, and have a clearer understanding of how to achieve the aims they have set for themselves and develop their chosen career path.
As Mentors, Academicians will support the Young Urbanist in the above, and may use the experience to evaluate ideas of their own, work in a different way, gain insights into the emerging ideas in their field, and reflect on their career.
How long does the scheme run?
The Mentoring Scheme will establish matches between Academicians and Young Urbanists for a period of six months (until June 2018), with suggested mentoring meetings every six weeks. Applications are due on Monday 18 December by 12.00hrs and any potential matches made will be notified by the Christmas holiday.
Please be aware that we can not guarantee that every applicant will have a match. Matches will be made based on compatibility as well as interest, so it may be the case that not every applicant gets to participate this time around.
How do I apply as a Mentor or Mentee?
If you would like to apply to be a Mentor (Academician) or a Mentee (Young Urbanist), you can fill out the application form via the link below, which will only take a brief time to fill out.
Please note that you must be a paid member of The Academy of Urbanism or Young Urbanist Network to be eligible to take part in the Mentoring Scheme.
The deadline for completed applications is Monday 18 December 2017 at 12:00hrs. Matches will be introduced before the Christmas holiday.
Application forms can be found using the links below:
If you have any questions about the Mentoring Scheme, please get in touch with our Mentoring Scheme Lead Kieran Toms at firstname.lastname@example.org.