IMNIS mentor program open to PhD students working in Energy

IMNIS have expanded the scope of their mineral resources mentor program to include graduate researchers in Energy. Eighteen places are available to PhD students in their second year or early in their third year.

Graduate researchers working in energy (including renewables) and mineral resources in Engineering, technology, mathematics, meteorology, computer, data science or environmental sciences are encouraged to apply.

The Industry Mentoring Network in STEM (IMNIS) is a prestigious, award-winning initiative of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE). IMNIS connects motivated PhD students with outstanding industry leaders in a one-year mentoring program.

IMNIS provides Australia’s future STEM leaders the opportunity to engage with industry, extend their professional network, strengthen their implicit skills and get advice from a high profile industry mentor. Student mentees learn what it takes to succeed in any part of the STEM ecosystem, gain a better understanding of how industry works and learn about career opportunities beyond academia.

Suitable candidates will be enrolled on a first come, first served basis. Download an Expression of Interest form here and email to Dr Belinda Prakhoff.

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Belinda Prakhoff

b.prakhoff@unimelb.edu.au

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