Comprehensive mentoring programme for female early career researchers

Since 2006, the SelmaMeyerMentoring programme has been supporting female scientists of five HHU* faculties to reach their highest potential by planning and developing their academic or extracurricular careers.

From the beginning, this successful programme has been instrumental at optimizing personal key competences for female early career researchers. Identifying and continuously developing their personal skills as well as building networks are systematically integrated in the career planning process.

The mentees gain a profound perspective into higher education, scientific politics as well business content. They have regular exchanges with their mentors or rather learn from their mentors strategies and self-respecting competences. In addition, mentoring opens the way to relative networks and benefits the development of additional networks. Building new contacts and networks furthers the mentees career planning.

More information please find in our undefinedleaflet SelmaMeyerMentoring.

*In the framework of cooperation undefinedcentral equal opportunities officers at Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf and undefinedBergisch University Wuppertal enable female scientists to take part of the SelmaMeyerMentoring programme.

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