Why a mentorship program?
Within the Stupid Studio family, we’ve got a wealth of experience, knowledge and potential. So, why not empower each and every one of us to share that goodness? In a workplace that’s all about learning, development and collaboration, a mentorship program gives us the tools to help each other grow, tap into hidden talents, nurture existing skills, and reach our long-term goals.
Commitment is key
Participating in the Stupid Studio Mentorship program is no small thing. Our method might seem rigorous at times, but we believe it leads to a more meaningful and mutually beneficial process. Building empathy, trust and commitment is at the heart of Stupid Studio and key to a successful mentorship journey.
Are you interested?
If you want to learn more or feel ready to jump in, chat with our Mentorship coordinator, Lars.
Looking for an external Mentor / Mentee?
Sure thing, that's an option too. Stay tuned for more details.
Key sources & references
We've taken lots of wisdom from various creative and academic sources to shape this mentorship program.
Mentoring in the workplace
published by the Women's Empowerment Principles
Designing design mentorship
by Liana Dumitru, published in Dropbox Design
Good design practice - Mentoring tomorrows design leaders
by Kevin McCullagh, published by The Cultural Leadership Programme
published by the University of Nebraska - Lincoln
L.E.A.D - Mentor/Mentee discussion templates & activities
published by Utah Valley University
University of Auckland guide to mentoring
published by University of Auckland