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Our community is open to all King's student, staff and alumni from any faculty. As an audience-led Institute we co-create our activities with our community; we focus on diversity, inclusivity & being a collective. Here are some ways you can join.
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You can book a meeting with a member of the team to discuss and get advice on developing your entrepreneurial skills and/or venture. Whilst we have different specialisms, every member of our team can discuss and advise on early stage business ideas. You can book time with individual team members below.
Armandine Bonnard – Strategic Projects Manager, Women Entrepreneurs Programme
Talk to me about getting feedback on your idea, Women Entrepreneurship Programme and Support.
Rachel Stockey – Head of Entrepreneurial Skills
Talk to me about getting feedback on your idea, opportunities to develop your entrepreneurial skills, Enterprise Award and Idea Factory.
Katherine Horsham – Programme Support Coordinator
Talk to me about getting feedback on your idea, intrapreneurship (how to be entrepreneurial within an organisation)
Julie Devonshire – Director of the Entrepreneurship Institute
Talk to me about your business idea, strategy and planning.
Holly Knower – Head of Ventures
Talk to me about getting feedback on your idea.
Hemali Patel – Head of Entrepreneurial Engagement
Talk to me about your business idea, entrepreneurial societies and how we support them.
Léa Rozencwajg Henry – Programme Support Coordinator
Talk to me about getting feedback on your idea, social media marketing and communications.
Leonie Jarrett - Outreach Manager
Talk to me about your ideas, social enterprise and the engage programme.
Our student ambassadors represent us at events and help run our outreach and engagement programme activities throughout the year, particularly during Welcome Week. Positions are paid and on a flexible basis. For more information follow our Facebook page.
The Entrepreneurship Institute offer 12 week paid internships over the Summer organised through King's internships. Startups on our King's20 accelerator also hire interns through the Santander University scheme. These will also be advertised through King's internships. In 2017 3 of our interns won awards in the King's internships awards and several secured jobs working for our startups.
The 2018 internships (paid) run for 12 weeks (part-time) from 11 June 2018 - 2 September 2018.
Full details on King's internships.
INTERN BLOG: What's it like working for the Entrepreneurship Institute?
INTERN BLOG: Working for a startup
The Entrepreneurship Institute is part of a growing group of people and initiatives at King's who are working to expand social entrepreneurship.
Along with the Entrepreneurship Institute these include:
Applications are currently open to join the Entrepreneurship Institute Advisory Board – apply here by 9am Friday 4th October 2019.
We recognise our vision is only achievable when people from the King’s community are included in the decision-making process. That’s why we co-create our activities with representatives from all over King’s. One of the ways we do so, is through the Entrepreneurship Institute Advisory Board.
As a board member you will be presented with our strategic and tactical plans and give your opinion on how we can maximize the quality and potential of our offerings. Together we can identify effective ways of introducing entrepreneurship to people of all backgrounds, up-skilling the King’s community and enhancing their experiences, contributing to their future success.
Made up of students, staff and alumni who are dedicated to our 2029 vision, the board will meet in London at least three times a year. (Don’t worry if you can’t physically attend, you can always dial-in!) You will also be called upon to provide your input remotely through our WhatsApp group. You’ll advise us on a multitude of things the Entrepreneurship Institute does including:
Sharing ideas and giving feedback on up-coming events and activities, as well as our strategy for the next academic year.
Helping us develop concepts and design outreach initiatives.
Suggesting high profile guests to invite and appealing activities that will attract the King’s Community to engage with entrepreneurship.
Time commitment for this role should average between 9 hours per academic year, over 1 board briefing and 3 board meetings.
Person Specification: This is the role for you if...
You have a passion for Entrepreneurship and the work of the Entrepreneurship Institute
You believe everyone should be entrepreneurial in their respective field and see value in developing entrepreneurial skills
You possess strong communication skills and are comfortable communicating your opinions and listening to others
You’re a team player
Long-term planning, analytics and problem-solving excite you
You’re creative, innovative and up for a challenge.
What we offer
Learn new skills and develop an entrepreneurial mind-set in an appointed position on the board
Build your CV and shape the future landscape: your role will be crucial in co-creating and working with the Institute and senior leaders in developing our strategy
An opportunity to network with other members of the King’s community and the Entrepreneurship Institute team
A LinkedIn recommendation from the King’s College London Entrepreneurship Institute page (upon request)
Eligibility: Who can apply for this role?
You must be part of the King’s College London community (staff, students and alumni from any department and stage of study / year of graduation are welcome!)
Part-time and distant-learning students are actively encouraged to apply
You do not need any previous work experience to apply for this role, a keen interest in entrepreneurship and commitment to the board’s aims is more valuable
Available to hold the position for a minimum of 2 years (commencing November 2019). Remember – this opportunity is open to alumni!
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