Please find below information about the B-MEntor Scheme.
The Diversity Team is launching a new round of recruitment to B-MEntor programme.
- B-MEntor is the flagship cross-institutional London mentoring scheme for academic and research staff from Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) backgrounds.
- It's run in partnership with Kings College London, the London School of Economics and University College London, and was shortlisted for two national awards in 2014: the ENEI Tapping into Talent Award, and the Race for Opportunity Developing Talent (Progression) Award.
- We want to recruit the next cohort of Mentees (early career researchers or lecturers from BME backgrounds) and Mentors (any senior academics wanting to make a personal commitment to tackling the under-representation of BAME academics at senior levels) for the January 2017 round.
- If you are unable to attend this session, but are interested in becoming either a Mentee or Mentor, please contact Sandra Brown, Diversity Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org for dates of further briefings at our partner institutions, or for more information about the application process
Please complete the below forms to submit your applications of interest to Sandra Brown, Sandra.Brown@qmul.ac.uk:
Who is the scheme aimed at?
The scheme is aimed at BME academics and researchers from post-doc to lecturer level
Who are the mentors?
The mentors are academics and researchers from any ethnic background at senior lecturer level or above
What does it involve?
Mentoring is based on exchanging experiences, ideas and feedback between the two parties. It helps to promote understanding of formal and informal structures, enhances opportunities for staff to develop and build skills and knowledge and enables continuing professional development and personal growth.
What's in it for staff?
• Fulfilment from facilitating personal development and encouraging others
• Networking with like-minded colleagues
• Assisting others along a path you have already been successful on
• Advancing equality and diversity in higher education
• Enhancing skills such as coaching and constructive criticism
• Obtaining career advice and direction
• Help with identifying and clarifying issues, problems and obstacles
• Sourcing new ideas and practices
• Gaining the opportunity for networking across a broader spectrum than provided by the day-to-day environment
UCL has published a detail FAQ for the scheme, find out here:
If you would like more information contact: Sandra Brown email@example.com 020 7882 5585
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