Applications are now open for Sprint; a fantastic professional development programme for undergraduate women. Sprint enables female undergraduates to reach their fullest potential, focusing on key topics such as how to use your personal power, identify individual values, recognise personal strengths and learn how to use assertiveness positively.
This year we are delighted to welcome Rebecca Stephens (MBE), the first British woman to climb Mount Everest, to the Sprint programme. Alongside inspiring female role models from organisations such as AXA, Microsoft and Arup, Rebecca will talk about how women can embrace fear of failure to achieve their professional and personal goals.
The first three days of the programme will run during the inter-semester break as follows:
- 30 January 2017 - FULL DAY
- 31 January 2017 - FULL DAY
- 1 February 2017 - FULL DAY
A final 1/2 day of training will take place on the afternoon of 22 February 2017.
Further information, including how to apply can be found here. We welcome applications from all undergraduate women and those students who identify as female.