Strath Union, Glasgow
The project is led by Vice President Inclusion at Strath Union, partially funded by Alumni Fund and equips students with the desirable competencies employers seek.The Programme is delivered in the format of presentations, workshops, and networking and careers events, equipping students with knowledge, skills, experience and confidence in leading others and achieving changes.
Through presentations, workshops, networking and other events, students will:
Participants is required to commit 2-4 hours a week from 6th October to 9th November. Mandatory workshops will be held on Tuesdays (with some on Mondays and Fridays) and some careers events are held on Thursdays. A completion award is planned for January, where participants who complete the programme with excellent contribution and attendance will be awarded a certificate that the Strathclyde Equality and Diversity Team endorses.
The programme welcomes anyone who wants to explore leadership with other like-minded peers. A panel of Strath Union staff, Inclusion Reps, and Vice President Inclusion will select the participants. We are looking for open-minded, respectful participants who are willing to start a learning journey with their peers!
The programme is designed especially for those who don't think they fit the ‘conventional’ leadership image. Therefore, we encourage those who identify as part of the BAME group, the LGBTQ+ (gender-diverse) community, the disabled community, care experienced/estranged, and women backgrounds to apply.
Information on how to apply to this programme will be released soon. If you are interested in learning more about this programme and how to be involved, please sign up by getting a ticket and you will be sent the information as soon as it is released! We are hosting an information session on the 26th September get the details here.