The Royal Economic Society Women’s Committee is running its mentoring programme for early career women working/studying in academia. For the first time, in the academic year 2023/24, we are extending the programme to Early Career Academics on the education track.
If you are a woman who is an early career academic in economics on a research, education or balanced track and would like to participate, please apply to the programme by completing the form here by Sunday 6 November 2023 (23.59 GMT).
Eligibility: Mentees must be members of the RES, identify as a woman, have recently obtained their PhD or be close to their PhD completion. They must be working/studying in the UK or in countries with similar academic environments and career patterns.
The RES Mentoring Programme is run by the Women’s Committee and provides women, who are early career academics, the opportunity to be part of a mentoring programme. From the academic year 2023/24 we will extend the programme to Early Career Academics on the education track.
To submit your interest and for more information, click here.