ACEMS defines mentoring as a process that involves a more experienced or more knowledgeable person helping to guide a less experienced or less knowledgeable person in their learning and development to formulate and achieve their goals. Our mentoring programs occur on an ongoing basis and may have either a formal or informal structure.
ACEMS members have access to a wide range of mentoring events via their home nodes and the various professional societies and related organisations. Members are encouraged to participate in these events as well as the activities offered through ACEMS.
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ACEMS facilitates a range of mentoring activities for its members, through individual meetings, cross-node visits, online forums, workshops and conferences, and Centre-scale retreats. ACEMS members interact with other members from different nodes to discuss research talks, research posters and mentoring talks at the three ACEMS annual retreats (student, postdoc and main), at ACEMS workshops and conferences.
ACEMS plans to enrich and expand the existing mentoring activities.