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Mentorship

Whether you're beginning your career, exploring the idea of changing paths, or seek advice for any aspirations, we have built a mentorship program to support each other and help propel the next generation of female leaders

 
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Who can be a mentee?

We are particularly looking for second-year, third-year or master students at LSE, however keen first-year students are also welcome to apply!

We believe our experience at LSE and in various industries can be especially helpful to girls just starting out their academic and professional career

 
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How the mentorship scheme works?

You will be matched with another student and two mentors from Lean Further to create your Lean Further Mentorship Family


Each Mentorship Family will have meetings biweekly beginning from the start of September 

Mentors will provide advice and guidance personalised to you, topics of which may include but are not limited to:

  • Choosing an industry

  • Choosing a firm

  • Application process - obstacles and tips

  • Everyday life in the industry

  • Obstacles while working in the industry

  • Perspective of a female alumni

 

Why should I become a mentee?

We believe fostering a community of support and friendship is crucial in anything we endeavor 

Through this mentorship programme, our members hope to impart the knowledge we wish we had when we first started off. It is also an opportunity to get to know the potential next generation of Lean Further members, as mentees will get fast tracked to the final stage of the membership process 


If you are interested in joining our community, this is the best way to get to know us, what we stand for and how you can leave your lasting legacy 

Hear why from our members
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The Application

Open now!

Assessed on a rolling basis, closing on the 8th of September. Keep an eye out for further details on the application process. Please reach out to us if you have any questions about the programme or our community in general