ThinkNation mentor and panelist: Register interest
ThinkNation wants to give you the chance to inspire, learn, share and participate in upcoming events as a potential mentor or panelist. We welcome mentors and panelists from across tech, science, business, arts, sport and education. For your chance to get involved, simply fill out this form and we’ll be in touch if a relevant opportunity arises.
About you
First name *
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How do you identify yourself (eg: female, male, trans etc): *
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What age are you? *
Contact details
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Where do you live?
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Nearest town or city: *
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Education/work status
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Job title *
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OPTIONAL: Place of work/company
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OPTIONAL: LinkedIn / Twitter profile
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What (broadly) best describes your industry/work focus? *
OPTIONAL: If your industry/work focus isn't listed, please state here:
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What do you want to do?
How do you want to get involved with ThinkNation? *
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Why do you want to be a mentor for ThinkNation?
Please outline your skillset, insight and expertise - and what you hope to gain from mentoring:
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Have you ever mentored before? *
If yes - please explain where and what:
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