Peer-to-peer Mentorship for Entrepreneurship Educators
The Mentorship Program is a yearly program designed to establish intergenerational and interdisciplinary bridges among entrepreneurship educators. Participants have the opportunity to exchange perspectives and build relationships with fellow practitioners and researchers, in a curated framework hosted by the Stockholm School of Entrepreneurship.
WHO IS THIS FOR?
The Mentorship Program is for higher education teachers who want to improve their entrepreneurship teaching knowledge. Participants do not need previous experience in teaching entrepreneurship, but a proven interest in or affinity with the field is required.
Duration of the program
The Mentorship Program lasts for one year. During this time, participants attend joint sessions with other Mentees and Mentors and create their own calendar with their assigned peers.
Introduction to the role of Mentors and Mentees in a P2P program.
Profiles and expectations are exchanged with the pool of participants, forming P2P pairs.
Mentees are introduced to their Mentors and together build their calendar, with a mutual commitment of 8 meetings (1h each) per year for 1-to-1 sessions.
Mentors swapping to facilitate cross-interactions. Mentees meet at least two new Mentors for two thirty-minutes sessions.
Group sessions (mentees)
Group sessions with Mentees to strengthen the cohort network and allow experience sharing.
SSES annual closing ceremony for Mentees and Mentors.