Mentorship

Harp speakers on mentoring for young people

Hammered shittu Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq Technical Advisor on Investments, Mr. Kabir Shagaya has advised private and public sector leaders to provide the necessary support to young people to sustain economic growth. Shagaya told Ilorin on the sidelines of his first Voices of Leadership (VOT) workshop to mark his …

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How mentoring has changed for arts organizations

As the name suggests, Guildhouse began its journey as a craft association for South Australian makers in 1966. But a lot has changed since then. Today, the nonprofit is embracing savvy interdisciplinary business models for creatives that include – and extend beyond – artisans and manufacturers to visual artists and …

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Fostering an inclusive culture, improving skills essential for the empowerment of women: Grameenphone – Tech Observer

Dhaka – Grameenphone hosted a session titled “Mentoring Future Leaders” to shed light on how proper orientation and mentoring can help young professional women improve their skills to become the leaders of tomorrow. The webinar was held as part of the “Platform SHE”, a mentoring program for female students. Following …

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INSERTION and REPLACEMENT Bunker Labs and JPMorgan Chase Commercial Banking launch mentorship program for military-related executives

NEW YORK–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Insert after the fifth paragraph of the press release: Find out more and apply on https://bunkerlabs.org/ceo-circle/. The updated version reads as follows: BUNKER LABS AND JPMORGAN CHASE LAUNCH OF COMMERCIAL BANK MENTORING PROGRAM FOR MILITARY LEADERS Seeking nominations for the first cohort of the CEOcircle program …

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CLOSING THE ECONOMIC GAP

wpresage Despite some progress, the gaps in labor market participation between men and women remain significant. This gender gap has a significant economic cost as it hinders productivity and weighs on growth. Even though, in addition to tapping into a larger talent pool, studies show that hiring women will increase …

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Young scientist wants more students to access mentoring | New

Jamaican scientist Dr Camir Ricketts wants to expand access to mentoring for students across Jamaica. He intends to do this through his program, “Minds of Jamaica”, where students can have access to professionals from several sectors. These mentors are what he calls “the spirits”. Ricketts argues that mentoring should not …

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TOM MAY: Mentoring is also part of faith relationships | Notice

There is an interesting movement in higher education that is gaining ground and ground. The People’s University (UoPeople) is America’s first accredited, non-profit, tuition-free online university. The program is designed to help qualified high school graduates overcome financial, geographic, and personal barriers to becoming students. One of the key mechanisms …

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Halliburton Labs Selects Four Companies For Clean Energy Accelerator

HOUSTON – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Halliburton Labs today announced its second cohort, which joins four companies already participating in its collaborative environment to advance and develop cleaner, more affordable energy. Alumina Energy, Ionada, Parasanti and SurgePower Materials will have access to a wide range of industrial capabilities, technical expertise and …

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ACTION BEHAVIOR CENTERS ANNOUNCES NEW CLINICAL COUNCIL OF

Austin, Texas, June 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Action Behavior Centers (ABC), a leading provider of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapies for children with autism, today announced the development of a new Clinical Council of Advisors. Led by Clinical Director Charna Mintz, Ph.D., BCBA-D, the new advisory board consists of …

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How Ryan Reynolds and Dan Levy Helped Raise Awareness

Canadian celebrities, such as Ryan Reynolds and Dan Levy, have done their part to raise awareness about this dark part of Canadian affairs. On June 1, 751 anonymous graves of children and adolescents were discovered in Saskatchewan, just days after the discovery of 215 similar unmarked graves in British Columbia. …

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Be an effective mentor to take science to the next level

In a previous discussion, Howell, who currently serves as Scientific Director at DermTech, explained why mentors are essential at every stage of a scientist’s or any professional’s career path. Now he’s diving into what it takes to be an effective mentor. Mentorship is central to the advancement of medicine and …

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Thermador launches design scholarship and mentorship program

Luxury appliance brand Thermador takes steps to bring more diversity to the design industry. In partnership with the Interior design company (IDS), the brand offers a national scholarship and mentoring program to support students from under-represented communities. Nicknamed the Diversity in the design pipeline, the program includes a $ 10,000 …

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In memory of Associate Professor Daniel Brouwer

June 21, 2021 Daniel Brouwer, associate professor of rhetorical studies at Arizona State University Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, died suddenly on May 26 at the age of 51. During his 21-year career at ASU, Brouwer has been an award-winning teacher and mentor, researcher and colleague. In the discipline …

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Allen University Partners with Lake City Schools | News and post

Ernest McNealey (left), president and CEO of Allen University, and Laura Hickson, superintendent of Florence School District Three, hold up documents regarding their partnership. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO STAFF REPORTS LAKE CITY, SC – Allen University and Florence School District Three announced an academic support and community impact partnership on Thursday. The …

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Latino Doctoral Mentorship Program About to End

SAN ANTONIO – A doctoral aid program, known as Exit!, designed to help Latinos access higher education, may soon end. According to the program’s website, 30% of its participants are enrolled in or graduated from a doctoral program, but this could be the last year of its existence as a …

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Venus Fest announces summer presentations and mentorship program

Toronto’s Venus Fest announced its summer presentations and mentorship program. This Indie88 feature film is presented in partnership with Venus feast. The main presentations, which are free and open to the public, will be hosted by singer, songwriter, performer, television actress and author, Jully Black; American musician and author Ezra …

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Tech Week SA-Netherlands (SANL) to explore joint opportunities

More than 30 Dutch companies will land in South Africa this month for the SA-Netherlands Technical Week (SANL), to explore opportunities in health technologies, financial technologies and smart logistics. The Netherlands Embassy in South Africa recognizes the country’s vision for AI and technology that inspired the Netherlands to choose three …

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How Helix Mentorship STEAM Academy Uses a Culture of Excellence to Prepare Students for Higher Education Success | Sponsored: Helix Community Schools

Editor’s Note This article is brought to you by Helix Mentorship STEAM Academy. When Helix Mentorship STEAM Academy opened in 2010, one of the main goals was to bring innovative and high quality education to downtown Baton Rouge. To accomplish this, school leaders used science, technology, engineering, arts, and math …

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Mentorship at any stage of your career

Mentorship is a hot topic in veterinary medicine. It is one of the main concerns of veterinary students and recent graduates, as well as veterinarians who wish to deepen their knowledge or change careers in the field. Here are four important steps when looking for mentorship at any point in …

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The Bad Batch: Omega Gains Another Mentor In Echo

In Star Wars: The Bad Batch, Hunter was named as Omega’s main mentor, but another member of Clone Force 99 is committed to helping him. WARNING: The following contains spoilers for Star Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 6, “Decommissioned,” streaming now on Disney +. The start of Star wars: The …

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QUEERSPACE collective launches mentorship program to make LGBTQ + youth in Minnesota feel empowered to be themselves

(The Magazine Plus Editorial): – Minneapolis, Minnesota, June 4, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Newly formed QUEERSPACE collective proudly announces the launch of its exciting new initiative, QUEERSPACE Hangouts, an intergenerational mentoring program creating a safe and inclusive space to support LGBTQ + youth. The 2021 pilot program represents the organization’s first …

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The Daily Herald – Saba Mentorship Program. expanded

A flyer about the Saba mentoring program. SABA – Due to overwhelming responses from community members, parents, teachers, students and stakeholders, the Saba mentoring program coordinators announced on Wednesday the start of the second cycle of the mentoring program in August. The Saba Mentorship Program is a joint initiative of …

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14 steps to beat burnout and zoom fatigue

Health care 14 steps to beat burnout and zoom fatigue To survive and thrive, organizations must strategically adopt work-from-home best practices Posted: Thursday June 3rd, 2021 – 12:02 PM When the Covid pandemic swept across the country last year, companies quickly switched their employees to work from home (WFH). However, …

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Rally Against Gun Violence in Prince George County

“We also want to show people that there is another way,” said Aisha Braveboy, state prosecutor for Prince George County. GREATER LANDOVER, Maryland – June 1 marks the start of Gun Violence Awareness Month. The month has started to bring more attention to the growing problem and hopefully save lives. …

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PoPinoy from TV5 is looking for new music groups

BEHIND a successful song or dance is the collaboration of a group of artists. Each member brings an integral element to what makes a creative production stand out. This collaboration will be put to the test in the search for new TV5 talents, PoPinoy, which will be released in June. …

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News from the world of education: May 29, 2021

Online learning portal Bharathidasan University, Tiruchi, has announced the launch of its e-learning portal to offer undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) degrees in multiple fields with a blend of live learning complemented by a Quality course content, study guides, practice tests, discussion forums, recorded tutorials and gamified modules. For more …

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Cartier Women’s Initiative rewarded its 2021 laureates

Photo: Cartier Women’s Initiative Since 2006, Cartier has used its brand to recognize and support women-owned and female-led businesses through the Cartier Women’s Initiative (CWI), its annual entrepreneurship program. Each year, the program honors and provides financial assistance, networking opportunities and mentoring to women-led businesses and initiatives. This week, CWI …

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Even high performing students from disadvantaged backgrounds miss out on some college opportunities – but mentorship programs can help – Institute for Fiscal Studies

Even high performing students from disadvantaged backgrounds miss out on some college opportunities – but mentorship programs can help Recent work from IFS shows that students from disadvantaged backgrounds see some of the most significant financial benefits of continuing their education at university. But these students are also less likely …

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Innovations Highlighting Functional Benefits of Milk Could Win Real California Milk Excelerator $ 650,000 in Prizes

Looking for candidates until June 25, the Shark Tank-esque Genuine California milk excelerOffering up to $ 650,000 in prizes for early-growth, high-potential dairy innovations that not only showcase cow’s milk performance and recovery benefits, but can also open the door for California dairy farmers to access the rapidly growing functional …

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Interview with the new director of SWE Kalyani Mallela

To celebrate Asia-Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM) 2021, SWE member Swetha Manickavasagam speaks with new SWE director Kalyani Mallela. In this powerful conversation, Kalyani discusses her Asian culture, her involvement in SWE, her motivation behind these leadership positions, and the “glass ceiling” that often hinders the careers of AAPI women. …

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Women Out To Win – LGBTQ Victory Institute

Thanks to generous funding from The Ascend Fund, Victory Institute produced a one-of-a-kind report, “The Decision to Run: Uncovering the Barriers and Motivations of LGBTQ Women Running for Election” to explore the barriers and motivations that LGBTQ women face when they run for office. stand for election. One of the …

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Call for applications – Watershed Sentinel

Watershed Sentinel magazine is inviting applications for its new mentorship program for junior Indigenous journalists. Our goal with this program is to help build journalism capacity in western and rural Canada, through hands-on learning opportunities with direct mentorship from an experienced Indigenous journalist. The skills will be developed with a …

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Empowering rural women in Zambia out of poverty

LUSAKA, May 10, 2021– By the time Sofia Chansa, 49, received a scholarship equivalent to 200 Kwacha, her life changed. With this money, she was able to expand her vegetable garden – once too small to support her family – to grow enough tomatoes and onions to sell in the …

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5 startups that won funding and mentorship

As a Bornean (Sarawakian, in particular) myself, I am always proud to learn and write about Bornean entrepreneurship. But I’ve lived in Selangor for almost a decade now, and a lot of my work is focused on West Malaysia. So, I have very little knowledge about what the ecosystem of …

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Mentorship program matches students with the police

Mentorship program to expose youth to law enforcement career paths has partnered with Select North Orange County, California, schools. The Bigs with Badges program, a partnership between Big Brothers Big Sisters and the Northern Orange County Public Safety Task Force, aims to expose students to potential careers in public safety …

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Four faculty members appointed to the Provost Fellows program

Four UO faculty members will be the first participants in teaching, mentoring and leadership positions in the new Provost Fellows program. Launched at the start of the year, the scholarship program is designed to support faculty members and provide professional development opportunities for those interested in academic leadership. Fellows will …

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IIC Partners presents the international mentoring program

May 10, 2021 – Search for IIC partner executives around the world launched a new service for executives available by invitation only: the International Mentoring Program. “I am very happy to launch this program with my fellow colleagues from IIC Partners,” said Ewa Olszewski, senior partner at Michaël Berglund AB …

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Stanford Med Affiliates Launch Mentorship Program For Under-Represented Minorities

Stanford affiliates have launched a mentoring program for underrepresented minorities in health care, aimed at strengthening support for students in their medical careers. The Under-Represented Minority Health Mentorship Circle (URM HMC) – made up of over 180 pre-medical undergraduates, medical students, residents, fellows, attending physicians and under-represented faculty members – …

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