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National Youth Mentoring Summit 2019

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Join the mentoring community for the first UK National Youth Mentoring Summit and learn from thought-provoking experts in business, government and charity who have harnessed the power of mentoring to change trajectories and improve the lives of young people in the UK.

Exactly how does mentoring change the lives of young people and what role could you play in facilitating this?

Discover evidence, best practice, and success stories from youth perspectives and leave with the knowledge, tools and contacts to start or enhance your own mentoring initiative that will benefit your business and the wider community.

SPECIAL GUEST ANNOUNCED: HRH THE DUKE OF SUSSEX

We are delighted to announce that HRH The Duke of Sussex will be attending the Summit to help redefine the conversation around mentoring and its potential to change trajectories for young people, businesses and communities. At the Summit, The Duke will meet with young people who will share their experiences of being mentees and listen to a panel discussion before delivering remarks.


SUMMIT PROGRAMME

8:30 – Registration, Breakfast & Networking

Arrive at Banking Hall. Register, then enjoy breakfast and connect with like-minded peers.

9:25 – Keynote Address, Dame Julia Cleverdon DCVO CBE
Business and charity campaigner Dame Julia Cleverdon will introduce the summit themes: Mentoring at the Crossroads of Education, Business, Community.

9:50 - Session 1: Mentoring in Facilitating Continued Academic Education
Learn more about the vital role of mentoring in maintaining academic engagement.

Hear inspiring successes from young people and learn strategies from education experts that you can employ to support vulnerable young people to reach their full academic potential.

Confirmed speakers for this session include: The Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP, Minister of State at the Department for Education, Steve Chalke MBE, Founder of the Oasis Charitable Trust, Professor Adam Tickell, Vice Chancellor Sussex University

10:35 – Break

11:00 - Session 2: The Power of Relationships in the Community
The significant role of the community in supporting young people will be explored with respected community leaders, government officials and leading researchers.

The spotlight will be shone on the inspiring work being done in the UK right now, and what we can do to help improve the quality of life for everyone in our communities.

Confirmed speakers for this session include: Activist Karl Lokko, Les Isaac OBE, Founder of Street Pastors

12:00 – Lunch

13:00 - Session 3: Mentoring and Social Mobility
Social mobility has been stagnant for the last four years in the UK which means if you’re born privileged you usually remain privileged & vice versa.

We’ll explore how mentoring relationships that help young people access various career options and develop skills is a critical strategy that improves youth employability which not only drives social mobility but develops the workforce.

Industry disrupters WeWork, SalesForce and Workday share how their companies have employed mentoring in their own organizations.

An open discussion between inspiring young people, former Dragon Kelly Hoppen, Karl Lokko on the real-life barriers young people encounter, how it affects their outlook and how mentoring can provide the necessary intervention for young people to realise their potential.

14:40 – Concluding Remarks
The summit will conclude at 15:00.


For further updates on the summit lineup, speakers and full schedule be sure to follow @dianaaward on Twitter.

Ticket price includes breakfast, lunch and refreshments throughout the day.

To find out more about The Diana Award's Mentoring Programme, click here.

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Unfortunately, we are unable to offer refunds on tickets purchased. If you are unable to attend, the name of the delegate can be transferred on or by 10th June 2019 through Eventbrite or by emailing events@diana-award.org.uk

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