What is the Global Talent Mentoring Hub?
The Global Talent Mentoring Hub (GTMH) is a new, exciting online platform launching in 2020. The online platform will provide exceptionally talented and motivated youth with the opportunity to cultivate their talents in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).
Through one-on-one and group mentoring, internationally leading experts in STEM will guide students on an individualized path to excellence.
A distinctive feature of the GTMH is that it will be based on sound, scientific research practice.
Global Talent Development in STEM
The GTMH will provide highly effective mentoring to talented youth from different cultures and countries as they develop their excellence in STEM. With many of the world’s pressing issues reliant upon digital solutions, medical breakthroughs, and emerging technologies, STEM experts have never been more relevant and in demand than right now.
Completely internet-based, the GMTH bridges geographic distance to connect the brightest young minds with distinguished researchers, academics, and professionals and to build a global hub of talent development and professional guidance. The GTMH will be free of charge for all participants.
Online Mentoring for High STEM Potentials
The GTMH seeks to develop excellent performances of talented youth in their field of STEM through the means of online mentoring. Online mentoring is—with careful scientific implementation—a highly effective means of individual support for talented learners.
- One-on-one mentoring: each participating mentee will be matched with an individual mentor, who is an expert in a specific STEM field.
- Mentoring pods: two or three pairs of mentees and mentors will work together on specific STEM projects.
- GTMH community: mentees and mentors will have access to networking with all participating mentees and mentors of the GTMH community via multiple communication channels.
- Individualized learning pathways: internationally leading experts in STEM fields will guide students on individualized learning pathways to STEM excellence.