Mentorship

DU’s Aditi Mahavidyalaya Launches Digital Incubation Platform to Foster Entrepreneurship Among Female Students

Aditi Mahavidyalaya of the University of Delhi (DU) – an off-campus girls’ college based in the semi-urban area of ​​Bawana – has launched a digital incubation platform with in-built mentorship to nurture its students, in large part from semi-rural areas, to become entrepreneurs. Principal Mamta Sharma said it was the …

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Why did Arsenal remove red from their shirts?

The City of London saw record crimes against teenagers between June 2020 and June 2021. Knife crimes were the highest among these, which caused major nuisance in society and instilled fear in young people. Arsenal and Adidas have come together to work to protect young people in the community from …

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Research evaluation must evolve over time

The European Commission in Brussels wants a European-wide agreement on the evaluation of research that recognizes ethics and integrity as well as teamwork and a diversity of results.Credit: Bernal Revert / Alamy Many publicly funded researchers are required to participate in national reviews of their work. Such assessments are popular …

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Brooklyn Bar Association Seeks Newly Admitted Lawyers For Their Mentorship Program

Brooklyn Bar Association President-elect Richard Klass Eagle files photos by Rob Abruzzese The Brooklyn Bar Association will rekindle a long tradition later this month when its mentoring committee hosts an interest meeting on Zoom. On Thursday, January 27, President-elect Richard Klass will lead the virtual meeting where the BBA will …

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New mentorship program pairs mentors with young black men in Knoxville

KNOXVILLE, Tennessee (WVLT) – Building pride along with education and life skills is how a new mentorship program hopes to inspire young black men in the Knoxville area. YOVEMENT, that’s what businessman and founder Robert Williams said: matching young people with others who are like them. “YOVEMENT is an acronym …

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The founder of the non-profit association San Luis Obispo receives a congressional award

Representative Salud Carbajal on Wednesday recognized San Luis Obispo resident Sister Theresa Harpin as one of the recipients of the Congressional Women of the Year award. At a ceremony in San Luis Obispo, Carbajal presented Harpin with a special Congress pin and read to him the written tribute he had …

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Rappler at 10: a beta in progress

We’re releasing a series of essays from Rappler employees and contributors, old and new, as part of our remembrance of Rappler’s 10th anniversary in January 2022. MANILA, Philippines – Towards the end of 2011, I received a message from a good friend from my college days, asking if I could …

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Glo Battle of the Year Nigeria: the competition hardens and moves to the next phase

Globacom, telecommunications giant and sponsor of Glo Battle of the Year Nigeria (GBOTY Nigeria), announced the next phase of the dance reality show after successfully hosting the regional auditions. The schedule of activities for her hotly contested next phase of dance was revealed at a media event in Lagos on …

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Black advertisers launch mentorship program

The Black Executive CMO Alliance is launching a two-year mentorship program for aspiring black marketers which represents one of its first concrete steps towards further diversification of the advertising industry since the group’s inception earlier this year. Called “The BECA Playbook,” the expansive program will offer its first class of …

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Pay Next: Women at CRE must be fully aware of their personal worth

Women in CRE and the importance of mentoring The field of commercial real estate has always been difficult for women. However, the situation is improving thanks to the personalities who have made their way into the world of CRE. Many have embraced the concept of “Pay it Forward” and have …

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